Norman Bailey (government official)

Norman Bailey (government official)

Norman Alishan‏ Bailey is President of the Institute for Global Economic Growth, an international economic consultant, a professor of economic statecraft, and a former US government official.

Employment at the National Security Council

Bailey served as Senior Director of International Economic Affairs for the United States National Security Council (NSC) between 1981 and 1983.[1] During his employment at the NSC, Bailey, whose specialty was monitoring terrorism by tracking finances, was involved in the following events:[2]

Selected Publications

  • LATIN AMERICA: POLITICS, ECONOMICS AND HEMISPHERIC SECURITY
  • LATIN AMERICA IN WORLD POLITICS
  • PORTUGUESE AFRICA
  • OPERATIONAL CONFLICT ANALYSIS
  • THE MEXICAN TIME BOMB
  • THE STRATEGIC PLAN THAT WON THE COLD WAR

References

  1. ^ The Institute of World Politics entry for Bailey
  2. ^ History Commons entry for Bailey
  3. ^ Beatty, Jonathan, Gwynne, S.C., The Outlaw Bank: A Wild Ride Into the Secret Heart of Bcci,[1], Beard Books (January 2004)
  4. ^ "The Bcci-Cia Connection: Just How Far Did It Go?" [2], Newsweek, December 7, 1992
  5. ^ History Commons entry for Bailey

External links

  • Norman A. Bailey, biography at Institute for Global Economic Growth