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THE BLUE PLANET
INFORMAL INTERNATIONAL POLICE NETWORKSAND NATIONAL INTELLIGENCENATIONAL DEFENSE INTELLIGENCE COLLEGE
MICHAEL D. BAYER 
 
Te Blue Planet
Inormal InternationalPolice Networks andNational Intelligence
The views expressed here are those of the participants and do not re
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cial policy or position of any branch of the U.S. Government.
Michael D. BayerNDIC Research Fellow 
NAIONAL DEFENSE INELLIGENCE COLLEGEWASHINGON, DC
February 2010
 
Te National Defense Intelligence College supports and encouragesresearch on intelligence issues that distills lessons and improves IntelligenceCommunity capabilities for policy-level and operational consumers.
Te Blue Planet: Inormal International Police Networks and National Intelligence,
Michael D. Bayer
Michael Bayer is a ormer chie o the Department o State’s DOS)transnational criminal investigative of ce. Bayer’s book addresses the ques-tion o how the United States can engage international partners more eec-tively to address worldwide maniestations o destabilizing violence, oenindiscriminately labeled “terrorism.”Bayer researched and wrote this book while participating in theResearch Fellows Program under the Center or Strategic Intelligence ResearchCSIR) at the National Deense Intelligence College NDIC), Washington, DC.He received much support and assistance rom two CSIR editors, Dr. WilliamSpracher and Dr. Russell Swenson.Te goal o the NDIC Press is to publish high-quality, valuable, andtimely books on topics o concern to the Intelligence Community and the U.S.government. Books published by NDIC Press undergo peer review by seniorof cials in the U.S. government as well as rom civilian academic or businesscommunities.Te views expressed in this publication are those o the author anddo not necessarily reect the of cial policy or position o the Deense Intel-ligence Agency, the Department o Deense, or any other U.S. governmentorganization. Clearance by the public aairs of ces o DIA and DOS does notimply endorsement o actual accuracy or opinion. Authors o NDIC Presspublications enjoy ull academic reedom, provided they do not disclose clas-sied inormation, jeopardize operational security, or misrepresent of cialU.S. policy. Such academic reedom empowers them to oer new and some-times controversial perspectives in the interest o urthering debate on key issues. Tis volume is subject to itle 17, United States Code, Sections 101 and105. It is in the public domain and may not be copyrighted.ii

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