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About the Author
is an associate in the Carnegie Middle East Program, wherehis research ocuses on regional security challenges.Beore joining the Carnegie Endowment, he was a postdoctoral researcherat Princeton University and lecturer in Politics at the Woodrow Wilson School.He was also previously a media analyst at the Royal Embassy o Saudi Arabia in Washington, D.C., and worked or several years at the Royal United ServicesInstitute or Deence and Security Studies in London, where he remains anassociate ellow. From 2003 to 2005, he was a security editor with Jane’sInormation Group.Boucek has written widely on the Middle East, Central Asia, and terrorismor a variety o publications including the
Jane’s Intelligence Review
Journal o Libyan Studies