Rensselaer Lee

Rensselaer Lee

Rensselaer (Rens) W. Lee III is an authority on international crime and narcotics and nuclear security issues. A Stanford Ph.D., he is president of Global Advisory Services, a McLean, Virginia-based consulting firm. He is the author of The White Labyrinth: Cocaine and Political  Power and The Andean Cocaine Industry (with Patrick Clawson) and Smuggling Armageddon: the Nuclear Black Market in the Former Soviet Union and Europe and of numerous scholarly articles. Dr. Lee has performed overseas contract assignments for the State Department, the Department of Energy, the World Bank, the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy and other agencies, which have encompassed Russia, Eastern Europe, Central Asia, the Caribbean, and much of South America. During 2002-03, he worked as a research analyst at the Congressional Research Service of the Library of Congress, where he produced major reports on terrorist finance, nuclear smuggling and Afghanistan’s opium-heroin trade. In 2009, he was a Title VIII-supported short-term scholar at the Kennan Institute of Advanced Russian Studies. Dr. Lee speaks Russian, Chinese, Spanish and French. He currently is writing a book on drugs, organized crime and the politics of democratic transition in Cuba.

Rens Lee
President
Global Advisory Services, Inc.
2010 Corporate Ridge, Ste. 700

McLean, VA 22102 USA