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Research Highlights the Pakistan-Afghanistan Border

This article from the spring, 2008 issue of International Security focuses on the most important geographic location in the struggle against terrorism – the Afghanistan/Pakistan Border. “No Sign until the Burst of Fire: Understanding the Pakistan-Afghanistan Frontier.” “The Pakistan- Afghanistan border region has experienced turbulence for centuries. Today a portion...

Russian-American Nuclear Security Advisory Council publishes compilation on WMD security

The Russian-American Nuclear Security Advisory Council (RANSAC) has posted a compilation of documents issued at the 2006 G8 Summit in Saint Petersburg, Russia addressing WMD security and elimination efforts, combating nuclear terrorism, global energy security, fighting infectious diseases, and other issues. This compilation, as well as the Summit’s consolidated annual...

Post 9/11 Terrorism Assessment

  Understanding the evolution of terrorism and counter terrorism policy has never been more crucial.  With competing information funneled into broadcast media left and right, it can be difficult to fully comprehend and understand what the threat level is and what response should be taken.  Because of this, New America...

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Summer 2016 Newsletter

Terrorism in Europe, Preparations for Mass Gatherings, Extreme Summer Weather, Capturing Content before it Disappears

Findings of Investigation into Baltimore Police Department Released, Agreement Reached

On Wednesday, the Justice Department announced “that it found reasonable cause to believe that the Baltimore City Police Department (BPD) engages in a pattern or practice of conduct that violates the First and Fourth Amendments of the Constitution as well as federal anti-discrimination laws.”  As noted in the press release,...

National Defense University Spotlight Seminar: Maintaining Strategic Stability in a Changing Security Environment

When: July 21, 2016 @ 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm
Where: National Defense University (NDU) Lincoln Hall, Room 1107, Fort Lesley J. McNair, Washington, DC 20024, USA

The National Defense University’ s “Spotlight Seminar” is hosted by NDU’s Center for the Study of Weapons of Mass Destruction.  More information concerning this event is listed below. Today’s global security environment is growing more complicated than ever, including a greater number of influential state actors and the emergence of...