Richard H. Shultz Jr. is worth a profile (elsewhere he is just Richard Shultz) there's a good CV at the Tufts Uni site.
Richard H. Shultz Jr. is Professor of International Politics at the Fletcher School and his CV on the university's site tells us that he writes with Roy Godson and has done since the early 1980s in publications such as a special issue of International Studies Notes (Winter 1983) devoted to teaching foreign intelligence. The three articles prepared for the issue include: “Teaching Foreign Intelligence;” “Intelligence —The Evolution of a New Teaching Subject;” and “Resource Materials on Intelligence;” “Covert Action,” in Intelligence Requirements for the 1990s, ed. by Roy Godson (Lexington, MA: Lexington Books, 1989).
Shultz produced several books promoting the Soviet Union as behind world terrorism (often funded by the Hoover Institution) such as: “Countering Third World Marxist-Leninist Regimes: Policy Options for the United States,” in Vulnerabilities of Third World Marxist-Leninist Regimes: Implications for U.S. Policy (New York: Pergamon-Brassey’s, 1985); “The Role of the Soviet Union in Promoting Insurgency in the Third World,” in National Security Strategy: Choices and Limits, ed. by Stephen Cimbala (New York: Praeger, 1984); “Low Intensity Conflict: The Nature of the Soviet Role,” in Strategic Response to Conflict in the 1980s, ed. by William J. Taylor, Jr. (Lexington, MA: Lexington Books, 1984); “Soviet Strategy and Support for International Terrorist Groups,” in The 1980s: Decade of Confrontation? (Washington, DC: The National Security Affairs Institute, 1982) and Hydra of Carnage: The International Linkages of Terrorism (Lexington, MA: Lexington Books, 1985). Co-editor with Uri Ra’anan, Robert L. Pfaltzgraff, Jr., Ernst Halperin, and Igor Lukes.
Shultz's CV also notes that he is a Director of the Armed Groups Project, of the National Strategy Information Center (which funded the IEDSS).