Ronald Marks blogs on national security, domestic intelligence and national intelligence issues.
Marks spent 16 years at the Central Intelligence Agency as both a clandestine services officer and a Congressional liaison to five Directors of CIA. He served as Intelligence Counsel to Senate Majority Leaders Robert Dole and Trent Lott.
He has written and commented extensively on homeland security issues in the press and academic journals, including C-SPAN’s Washington Journal, Fox News and the Washington Quarterly. In addition to lecturing on intelligence issues around the country, Marks writes weekly commentaries for the National Journal’s Experts blog on National Security.
Currently, Marks is a Senior Fellow at The George Washington University Homeland Security Policy Institute where he acts as an expert on domestic intelligence and other security issues. He is also Adjunct Professor for Intelligence and National Security at the National Defense University’s College of International Security Affairs where he teaches graduate level courses in homeland security and intelligence.
Marks is the author of Spying in America in the Post 9/11 World: Domestic Threat and the Need for Change.
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