Presidential Transition Period Terrorist Threat
A panel discussion was held on the threat of terrorist activity during the upcoming presidential transition period. The 9/11… read more
A panel discussion was held on the threat of terrorist activity during the upcoming presidential transition period. The 9/11 Commission had concluded that democracies become especially vulnerable to terrorist attack in times of political transition. The panelists differentiated between terrorist attacks that occur on a specific day for a specific reason and attacks that happen to fall during a specific time frame.
Sally McNamara moderated.
The Heritage Foundation program “The Post-Bush Transition Period: What Is the Terrorist Threat?” was held at the National Press Club. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- James Jay Carafano Senior Research Fellow Heritage Foundation->Defense and Homeland Security
- Lisa Curtis Senior Research Fellow Heritage Foundation->Asian Studies Center
- Clark Kent Ervin Director Aspen Institute->Homeland Security Program
- Sally McNamara Senior Policy Analyst Heritage Foundation->European Affairs
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