Servants of the Devil: Facilitators of the Criminal and Terrorist Networks


Servants of the Devil: Facilitators of the Criminal and Terrorist Networks

April 19, 2021 | | Podcast |

About the lecture:

Servants of the Devil: the Facilitators of the Criminal and Terrorist Networks, was published in February of this year. It details the ways in which respectable professionals, businesses, financial institutions, non-profits, and hi-tech companies work with and for criminal syndicates and terrorist organizations, greatly enhancing their ability to pursue their objectives. Recommendations include urging that the facilitators be pursued and prosecuted as well as the criminals and terrorists.

About the speakers:

Prof. Norman A. Bailey is Professor of Economic Statecraft at the IWP. He currently resides in Israel, where he has taught at three different institutions of higher learning. Prof. Bailey has a background in the armed forces, business, finance, consulting, and academia. He is Professor Emeritus of Political Science at the City University of New York. He is a graduate of Oberlin College and Columbia University. He is the author, co-author, or editor of seven books and hundreds of articles, both academic and journalistic. He is the recipient of various honorary degrees, medals, awards, and orders of knighthood.

Mr. Bernard Touboul, is for the last 30 years an International Expert in Customs Administration and Enforcement, Border Management, and International Trade Facilitation. He was involved in institutional and governmental development in many countries including in Africa, Asia, Central Asia, western Balkans specially in policy making and strategy crafting for combating illicit trafficking and Trade Based Money Laundering related frauds. He was an official of the French Customs Service. He also holds several graduate degrees in International Trade, Business Administration, and Political Sciences specialized in national security. He is author and co author of several articles related to money laundering and terrorism financing topics.