Paris Terrorist Attacks: HSDL Highlights Information Resources
With the recent terrorist attacks in Paris being broadcast globally via news outlets and social media, it is only natural for citizens and policy makers to begin asking questions and seek out information regarding the attacks. Questions about who the attackers were, why they attacked Paris, and whether the United States of America or other countries could be next should all be considered.
As reports and other information about the attacks continue to be published, the team at the Homeland Security Digital Library (HSDL) is working hard to gather and catalog this documentation from leading public and private sector organizations to better inform the public, security officials, and policy makers about the attacks. Below is a list of some of the HSDL entries that highlight the attacks, discuss homeland security concerns, and focus on the influx of refugees from Syria and whether or not they pose a threat:
- Implications of the Paris Terrorist Attack for American Strategy in Syria and Homeland Security: Testimony of Brian Michael Jenkins Before the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, November 19, 2015
- Syrian Refugee Crisis and U.S. National Security: Testimony of Seth Jones Before the House Committee on Judiciary, Subcommittee on Immigration and Border Security, November 19, 2015
- Syrian Refugee Flows: Security Risks and Counterterrorism Challenges, Preliminary Findings of a House Homeland Security Committee Review
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