TRIALS BY FIRE - Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs

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TRIALS BY FIRE - Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs

AcknowledgmentsThis book is the product of numerous individuals researching, drafting andreviewing the intersection of US counterterrorism programs, policy and domesticlaw over the course of a number of months. We especially would liketo thank J.J. Saulino, Robert Williams, Ivana Deyrup and Zara Lockshin atHarvard Law School for putting aside their academic obligations and helpingus with this publication. We would also like to extend a grateful, sincere thankyou to Stephen Bartenstein and Ingrid Gustafson for their generous help inthe editing process.We are extremely grateful to our friends and colleagues who provided insight,counsel, research and recommendations, including: Jack Goldsmith, RichardA. Clarke, and Graham Allison. Several other people, both in and out ofgovernment assisted us as well, but wish to remain nameless – they have ourappreciation. Timothy Duffy, with whom we have worked on several projectstogether, crafted the slick product that you are holding in your hands or viewon the computer screen today. Sam Foreman was responsible for putting thison the Harvard Kennedy School website.This briefing book would not have been possible without the sponsorship ofthe Office of the Director of National Intelligence. In the interest of full disclosure,this publication was submitted for pre-publication reviews to ensure thatno classified information was accidentally disclosed. However, this review didnot shape the book’s scope, tone, or subject material; rather, the authors remainsolely responsible for this publication’s content.The views expressed are solely those of the authors.Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs | Harvard Kennedy School171

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