Global Counterterrorism Network
Assistant Secretary of Defense Michael Vickers talked about the status of the War on Terror, the recent history of special operations and… read more
Assistant Secretary of Defense Michael Vickers talked about the status of the War on Terror, the recent history of special operations and unconventional warfare, the role of counter-terrorism networks in U.S. foreign policy, and the role of international governmental organizations in the reduction of terrorism. He answered questions from the audience.
The Washington Institute’s Stein Program on Counterterrorism and Intelligence special Policy Forum luncheon was held at the Stern Library and Conference Room at The Washington Institute. close
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