Bernard Carreau

Bernard Carreau is the Deputy Director of the Center for Complex Operations at the National Defense University in Washington. He established and currently supervises a lessons learned program focusing on the analysis of U.S. joint, interagency, combined, and multinational approaches to irregular warfare, stabilization, and security cooperation, with a particular focus on civil-military cooperation within the U.S. government. Mr. Carreau was an advisor to the Coalition Provisional Authority in Washington and Baghdad on trade and investment matters and private sector development. He is a former deputy assistant secretary of Commerce, where he had many years of experience in international trade negotiations, trade law and regulation, and business development and advocacy.

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