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The death of Osama bin Laden, a long-time high priority target for U.S. policymakers, represented a significant victory in the struggle against al Qaeda and its affiliates. Without their charismatic...
Tags: Counterterrorism, Defense Policy, Diplomacy, Homeland Security, National Security, Terrorism
The death of Osama bin Laden, a long-time high priority target for U.S. policymakers, represented a significant victory in the struggle against al Qaeda and its affiliates. Without their charismatic...
Tags: Counterterrorism, Defense Policy, Diplomacy, Homeland Security, National Security, Terrorism
The death of Osama bin Laden, a long-time high priority target for U.S. policymakers, represented a significant victory in the struggle against al Qaeda and its affiliates. Without their charismatic...
Tags: Counterterrorism, Defense Policy, Diplomacy, Homeland Security, National Security, Terrorism
Welcome to the third annual Aspen Security Forum. We are delighted this week to welcome professionals in the field of homeland security and counterterrorism, as well as curious and informed citizens...
Tags: Homeland Security, Counterterrorism, Arab Spring, 2012 Aspen Security Forum, al-Qaeda
Skills training, community colleges, entrepreneurship, and civility were a few of the key issues President Obama spoke about in his State of the Union address last night. We asked some of our experts...
Tags: Education, Homeland Security, Entrepreneurship, Adult Education, Energy, Community College, Savings, State of the Union, Skills-building, civility
President Obama called on Congress last week to work with his administration to introduce reforms that would make the federal government more efficient. We asked some of our experts what they would...
Tags: Homeland Security, Obama, Congress, Clark Ervin, Dan Glickman, government reform, Eric Motley, Commission to Reform Federal Appointments Process, Congressional Program

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