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Joseph Wippl (USA)

Expert on intelligence services, terrorism and security, university professor

„I think the problem for Europe and especially Germany given its responsibilities in the modern world, is that it needs to not only have a strong intelligence service, but academic study of it as well because it's so important in the formulation of policy.“
As a former CIA officer, he spent 35 years in leading CIA positions in Europe and Latin America. At the headquarters of the CIA, he was a Chief of Europe Division and later the CIA's Director of Congressional Affairs. He lectures at Boston University.
Joseph lectures and publishes about intelligence services, national security, and terrorism. He deals with the issue of the immigration crisis and the importance of transatlantic relations for global More…

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