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Gregory F. Treverton

Former Vice Chairman of the National Intelligence Council

Gregory F. Treverton served as Vice Chairman of the National Intelligence Council during the Clinton administration.

The National Intelligence Council is a center for U.S. government mid-term and long-term strategic thinking that collaborates with the intelligence community on substantive issues.

His latest book, “Reshaping National Intelligence for an Age of Information,” was published earlier this year by Cambridge University Press. He is currently a policy analyst in southern California.

Articles by Gregory F. Treverton

Los Angeles on the Edge

Does Los Angeles have what it takes to become the capital city of the 21st century?

April 28, 2004

Why President Bush Needs to Learn His ABCs

Should the United States reconsider some old certainties in a much changed world?

May 24, 2002

Realigning U.S. Intelligence

What lessons should the U.S. security agencies draw from the terrorist attacks?

May 22, 2002

Koizumi: How Real is Japan’s Reform?

Does Prime Minister Koizumi live up to his image as the arch-reformer?

February 18, 2002

Is It Time for the United States to Get MAD?

Is the use nuclear warheads appropriate as retaliation in the war against terrorism?

November 15, 2001