Douglas London is a retired CIA Clandestine Service senior operations officer and an adjunct associate professor at Georgetown University’s Center for Security Studies. His assignments spanned the Middle East, South Asia, Africa, and Central Eurasia, during which time he served several times as a CIA chief of station. Mr. London retired at the end of 2018, and his last assignment was as the CIA’s chief of counterterrorism for South and Southwest Asia. You can follow him on Twitter @douglaslondon5.
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