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About the Author
J. Bowyer Bell (1931-2003) was professor of international relations at Columbia University and president of International Analysis Center. He focused on problems of unconventional law, terrorism, deception, and crisis management. He was also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and recipient of more than seven Guggenheim Fellowships. Bell’s consultancy firm, The International Analysis Centre, which he founded, focused on problems of terrorism, deception, risk analysis, and crisis management and had many governmental clients including the United States Department of the State and the Central Intelligence Agency.
Barton Whaley, a specialist on deception and intelligence policy, is director of research of the International Analysis Center, Lie. and formerly with the Retcher School of Law and Diplomacy and the Center of International Studies, M.I.T.