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Thomas P.M. Barnett-bio

Thomas P.M. Barnett
Thomas P.M. Barnett has worked in U.S. national security circles since the end of the Cold War, starting first with the Department of Navy's premier think tank, the Center for Naval Analyses.  From there he moved to serve as a senior researcher and professor at the Naval War College in Newport, RI, where he became a top assistant to Vice Admiral Arthur Cebrowski - the father of "network-centric warfare."  After 9/11, Barnett served in Cebrowski's Office of Force Transformation in the Office of the Secretary of Defense as the Assistant for Strategic Futures.
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