Location: The Heritage Foundation's Allison Auditorium
In response to the July 7 London bombings that killed 52 people
and injured hundreds, the British Government is in the midst of
refining its powerful array of anti-terror provisions. These
measures are viewed as a vitally important asset in Britain's
struggle against terrorism and are a major step in sending a clear
message that Britain is not a safe haven for extremists and
As the United Kingdom's Home Secretary, the Rt. Hon Charles Clarke
MP has overall responsibility for the work of the Home Office,
which includes security and counter-terrorism, policing, the
Criminal Justice System, immigration and Civil Renewal. Join us as
Mr. Clarke and other distinguished international security experts
examine the British Government's approach to confronting and
defeating the scourge of the 21st Century.
More About the Speakers
Opening Remarks by:
Rt Hon Charles Clarke MP
Home Secretary, United Kingdom
Followed by a Discussion including:
Richard A. Falkenrath, Ph.D.
Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy Studies,
The Brookings Institution
and former Deputy Homeland Security Advisor to President George W.
Kim R. Holmes, Ph.D.
Foreign and Defense Policy Studies,
The Heritage Foundation
Edwin J. Feulner, Ph.D.
Founder, Chairman of the Asian Studies Center, and Chung Ju-yung Fellow