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 David Gordon

David Gordon

, Vice Chairman,

National Intelligence Council

Dr. David Gordon was named Vice Chairman of the National Intelligence Council in June 2004. Previously, he served as Director of CIA's Office of Transnational Issues (OTI), an office that covers a broad array of critical national security issues, including global energy and economic security, corruption and illicit financial activity, foreign denial and deception programs, and societal and humanitarian conflicts.

Dr. Gordon joined CIA in May 1998, when he was appointed National Intelligence Officer for Economics and Global Issues on the NIC. He directed major analytic projects on country-level economic and financial crises, emerging infectious disease risks, global demographic trends, and the changing geopolitics of energy, as well as provided leadership for the NIC's seminal Global Trends 2015 report.

Prior to his earlier service on the NIC, Dr. Gordon was Senior Fellow and Director of the US Policy Program at the Overseas Development Council. He also served as a senior staff member on the International Relations Committee of the US House of Representatives; and as the regional economic policy advisor for the US Agency for International Development, based in Nairobi, Kenya.

In the 1980s, Dr. Gordon pursued an academic career with a joint appointment at the University of Michigan and Michigan State University. Currently, Dr. Gordon is an adjunct professor at the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University. He has also taught at the College of William and Mary, Princeton University, and the University of Nairobi.

Dr. Gordon is a graduate of Bowdoin College and undertook graduate studies in both political science and economics at the University of Michigan, where he received his PhD in 1981. logo
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In Mile 22, Wahlberg plays “an elite American intelligence officer, aided by a top-secret tactical command unit,” who “tries to smuggle a mysterious police officer with sensitive information out of the country.” How will they stretch this premise into a sequel, a TV show and a “VR component”? Who knows!

... be reprising her role as Laurie Strode, a character doomed to live in the shadow of Michael Myers, the seemingly omnipresent masked killer. Then we have the director and co-writer: David Gordon Green, whose dramas, which include George Washington, All The Real Girls and Joe, have been nothing short of wonderful.
“Stronger,” the David Gordon Green film about Boston Marathon bombing survivor Jeff Bauman, will get its world premiere at the Toronto International Film ... “Catcher,” starring Paul Rudd, Sienna Miller, Connie Nielsen, and Guy Pearce, is about MLB catcher Moe Berg's work as an intelligence officer.
Executive produced by Steven Soderbergh and David Gordon Green, Red Oaks is a comedy-of-age set in 1980s New Jersey starring Jennifer Grey, Richard ... In it, the Emmy winner plays a State Department director of intelligence and the father of intelligence officer John Tavner (Australian newcomer ...
Every four years, the National Intelligence Council - the arm of the Intelligence Community tasked with developing long-term outlooks - releases its ... David Gordon, former policy planning director for the State Department and one of the main authors of the Global Trends 2015 report, emphasized that it ...
In an interview, Mr. Carle said his supervisor at the National Intelligence Council told him in 2005 that White House officials wanted “to get” Professor Cole, and made clear that he wanted Mr. Carle to collect information .... He immediately went to see David Gordon, then the acting director of the council.


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