About John Radsan
Afsheen John Radsan is a professor at William Mitchell College of Law in Saint Paul where he teaches comparative counterterrorism, constitutional law, criminal law, and national security. He served as a federal prosecutor and as assistant general counsel at the CIA and is founder of the National Security Forum, which pursues the balance between liberty and security in American counterterrorism policies. Between assignments with the Justice Department and the CIA, he managed the Iran Commercial Initiative for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and served as a consultant for the American-Iranian Council and Search for Common Ground. He is a graduate of Duke University and Harvard Law School.