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Richard J. Kilroy Coastal Carolina University, USA

Richard J. Kilroy Jr. is an associate professor in the Department of Politics at Coastal Carolina University in Conway, South Carolina, where he teaches courses in support of the intelligence and national security studies degree program and Latin America regional studies. He is also a former army intelligence and Latin America foreign area officer, having served in Germany, the US embassy, Mexico City, and US Southern Command in Panama. He holds an MA and PhD in foreign affairs from the University of Virginia. Dr. Kilroy is coauthor of Seguridad Regional en América del Norte: Una Relación Impugnada, published by Universidad Iberoamericana Press, Mexico (2020); editor of Threats to Homeland Security: Reassessing the All-Hazards Perspective, published by John Wiley and Sons, first and second editions (2008, 2018); coauthor of North American Regional Security: A Trilateral Framework? published by Lynne Rienner (2012); and coeditor of Colonial Disputes and Territorial Legacies in Africa and Latin America, published by the Northeast Asian Historical Society, South Korea (2010).