Joseph D. Douglass, Jr, PhD
Author, Editor and Orator
05/29/2007 Food for Thought: A Review of Dirty Money...
12/20/2004 Yushchenko Poisoning: A Warning
09/07/2004 The 9/11 Commission Report: An Appraisal
07/19/2004 The Intelligence Brouhaha
05/04/2004 Torture of Iraqi Prisoners
04/28/2004 North Korea's Nuclear Initiative with Sam T. Cohen, Ph.D.
04/12/2004 Dr. Rice's Testimony
03/30/2004 The 9/11 Commission Investigation
12/17/2003 War Watch #8
12/15/2003 War Watch #7
12/02/2003 War Watch #6
11/10/2003 Iraq War Policy Crossroads
10/01/2003 An Open Letter to Secretary of Defense, Donald Rumsfeld
08/22/2003 Escalating the War on Terror
04/29/2003 Where Are Saddam's WMDs?
03/29/2003 War Watch
03/17/2003 The War on Terrorism
03/11/2003 The Nuclear Threat That Doesn't Exist - Or Does It? with Sam T. Cohen, Ph.D.
03/09/2003 Development of New Low-Yield Nuclear Weapons with Sam T. Cohen, Ph.D.
02/12/2003 Surviving CBR Terrorism
02/10/2003 Thoughts on The Possible Eve of War
02/04/2003 Is War Imminent?
01/22/2003 War in the Middle East: If It Comes, Get Ready for the Worst
01/01/2003 Brave New World: Welcome Aboard
12/26/2002 Coming Nuclear, Biological, & Chemical Terrorism
12/18/2002 Remembering Those We Left Behind
12/11/2002 Assessing the CBW Threat
12/03/2002 War with Iraq: Hidden Risks
04/12/2002 The Rogue Nuclear Threat with Sam T. Cohen, Ph.D.
Joseph Douglass Jr., PhD (Cornell University, 1962), has 35 years experience in national security matters as a researcher, author, and frequent speaker. He is a recognized authority on U.S. and Soviet nuclear strategy, chemical and biological warfare, Communist decision-making, and Soviet strategic intelligence operations.
Over the past twenty years his work has focused on the international narcotics trafficking and the war on drugs, the leading role of Russian intelligence in international terrorism and organized crime, chemical and biological warfare agents for use in political and intelligence operations, US defense policy, and on the fate of missing American POWs, which is the subject of his most recent book Betrayed.
Dr. Douglass has worked in the AEC’s Sandia Laboratory, the Advanced Research Projects Agency at the Department of Defense and several national defense corporations. He has taught at Cornell University, the Naval Postgraduate School, and the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. He is a frequent speaker and author of over a hundred scholarly articles, op ed pieces and a dozen books, including Red Cocaine: The Drugging of America and, most recently, Betrayed: Missing American POWs. He is also the co-author of America The Vulnerable: The Threat of Chemical/Biological Warfare, Why the Soviet Union Violates Arms Control Treaties, CBW: The Poor Man's Atomic Bomb, and Soviet Strategy for Nuclear War
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