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Oct 11

New Homeland Security Strategy: New Solutions or New Problems?

In the wake of 9/11, the Administration published America's first "National Strategy for Homeland Security." This week, the White House released an updated National Strategy for Homeland Security. The White House claims the new strategy builds on the original and complements the "National Security Strategy" and "National Strategy for Combating Terrorism" from 2006. Please join us as a panel of experts analyzes the new "National Strategy for Homeland Security: A Comprehensive Guide for Securing the Homeland," and access whether it offers the right prescription for keeping the nation safe, free, and prosperous.

More About the Speakers

Frank Cilluffo
Director and Associate Vice President for Homeland Security,
Homeland Security Policy Institute,
George Washington University

David Heyman
Director and Senior Fellow, Homeland Security Program, Center for Strategic and International Studies

Scott Bates
Vice President and Senior Fellow,
Center for National Policy

Clark Ervin
Director,
Homeland Security Initiative,
Aspen Institute