Expert Commentary

Putin Could Pretend to be Peacemaker in Afghan Conflict

Michael Sulick
Former Director, CIA National Clandestine Service

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The Author is Michael Sulick

Michael Sulick was the director of CIA's National Clandestine Service and is currently a senior partner at Threat Pattern, an intelligence and security company that assists corporations in countering insider threats. While at the CIA, he was also Chief of Counterintelligence and Chief of the Central Eurasia Division where he was responsible for intelligence collection operations and foreign liaison relationships in Russia, Eastern Europe and the former republics of the Soviet Union. He has... Read More

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