Tagged: Arthur Hulnick

Comments on latest release of Wikileaks documents

Three BU International Relations professors offer the following comments on the latest release of WikiLeaks documents: Arthur Hulnick, a 35-year veteran of the intelligence profession, mostly with the CIA. Contact 617-353-8978, ahulnick@bu.edu “These leaks are as dangerous to the U.S. as a terrorist attack, and the people who stole this material ought to be tracked […]

Experts available on WikiLeaks scandal

The following Boston University experts are available to give expert commentary and analysis on the current Wikileaks scandal: Arthur Hulnick, International Relations professor; a 35-year veteran of the intelligence profession, mostly with the CIA Contact 617-353-8978, ahulnick@bu.edu     Joseph Wippl, International Relations professor; a 30-year CIA veteran Contact 617-353-8992, jwippl@bu.edu      Tom Fiedler, […]

Airport security controversy

Travelers continue to complain that the current security checks by the Transportation Security Administration are intrusive and humiliating. The TSA has announced that some changes may be made if it is determined that the measures have gone too far. International Relations professor Arthur Hulnick, a 35-year veteran of the intelligence profession, offers the following view: […]

Alleged Russian espionage ring busted

The FBI arrested 11 people for allegedly spying for the Russians while living secret lives in American communities – from Washington, D.C., to Seattle – sent here years ago to infiltrate U.S. society and steal its secrets.  It’s unclear what the alleged spies actually found.  Two BU international relations professors, Arthur Hulnick and Joseph Wippl, […]