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    Mideast Conflicts and ISIS Threats

    Middle East experts talked about the history of Middle East conflict. Among the topics they discussed were the ISIS* threat to the U.S., U.S. policy in the Middle East, and Westerners'…

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    Changing Face of Terrorism

    Panelists talked about the changing face of terrorism and the ability of U.S. government and law enforcement agencies to thwart attacks. Topics included threats to power grids, the…

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    Book Discussion on When Armies Divide

    Brian Michael Jenkins talked about his book, When Armies Divide: The Security of Nuclear Arsenals During Revolts, Coups, and Civil Wars, in which he looks at the problem of securing nuclear…

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    Terrorism and Homeland Security

    Brian Michael Jenkins talked about international and homegrown terrorism, the attempted bombing of Northwest Flight 253, and the Obama administration’s response. He also…

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    Fort Hood Attack Investigation

    Witnesses testified on the investigation of the on the November 5, 2009, attack that resulted in 13 deaths at Fort Hood, Texas. They talked about shooting suspect Army Major Nidal…

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    Counterterrorism in Afghanistan

    Panelists spoke about spoke about U.S. policy in Afghanistan and counterterrorism strategy. Among the issues they addressed were the degree to which the U.S. should consider…

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    After Words with Brian Michael Jenkins

    Brian Michael Jenkins talked about his book Will Terrorists Go Nuclear? (Prometheus Books; September 23, 2008). He discussed the likelihood of terrorists developing or acquiring nuclear…

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    Domestic Terrorism

    Witnesses testified about assessing the threat of domestic terrorism in the U.S. They examined the creation of a National Commission on the Prevention of Violent Radicalization and…

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    Profiles in Terror Panel

    Four authors discussed the topic, “Current Interest: Profiles in Terror,” moderated by Leo Braudy. They also talked about their books on terrorism. After their…

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    Book Discussion on Unconquerable Nation

    Brian Jenkins talked about his book Unconquerable Nation: Knowing Our Enemy, Strengthening Ourselves, published by RAND Corporation. He talked about his strategy to fight terrorism,…

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    Book Discussion on Unconquerable Nation

    Mr. Jenkins talked about counterterrorism efforts, his support for current strategies, and the future of U.S. national security policy. He also responded to telephone calls and…

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    Hearing on Terrorist Attacks, Day 1 Part 3

    Scholars testified about the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the U.S.

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    Anti-Terrorism Policy

    The council examined the nature and sources of terrorist threats and actions against Americans. They discussed various methods of combating terrorism and the advantages and…

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    Technology and Aviation Security

    The committee held a hearing on technological solutions to improve aviation security. Two administration officials, one member of the Presidential Commission on Aviation Security and…

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    Information Technology Security

    Panelists discussed methods for protecting information on the Internet, especially encryption programs. They examined how secure digital communications are, both from intrusion by…

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    Terrorism in the United States

    In the wake of the Oklahoma City bombing, committee members heard testimony from various federal law enforcement officials concerning how to combat domestic terrorism. Yesterday,…

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    World Trade Center Bombing, Part 2

    The House Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime and Criminal Justice investigated the World Trade Center bombing.

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