Contributor biographical information for America and the Islamic bomb : the deadly compromise / David Armstrong and Joseph Trento.
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David Armstrong is the bureau chief of the National Security News Service in Washington, D.C. He is an award-winning investigative reporter and has written extensively on national security and intelligence matters as well as national politics, foreign policy, terrorism, media, finance, and the environment. He was formerly the editor of the Texas Observer and his work has appeared in a wide range of publications including Harper’s, The New Republic, and several journalism anthologies.
Joseph Trento is the author or co-author of seven nonfiction books, including Unsafe at Any Altitude and The Secret History of the CIA, and an internationally known investigative reporter for over thirty-five years. He now serves as the president of the Public Education Center, a nonpartisan and nonprofit foundation that conducts investigative reporting on environmental and national security matters.
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