Global Counterterrorism Network
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.
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
People in this video
Matthew Levitt Senior Fellow and Director Washington Institute for Near East Policy->Counterterrorism and Intelligence Program
Michael G. Vickers Assistant Secretary Department of Defense->Special Operations/Low-Intensity Conflict and Interdependent Capabilities
- Washington Institute for Near East Policy | Counterterrorism and Intelligence ProgramWashington Institute for Near East Policy | Counterterrorism and Intelligence Program
Role of the Justice Department in Combating Terror
Panelists discussed the role of the Justice Department in the war on terrorism. Topics included the Federal…
: Frederick Kagan talked about recent developments in Afghanistan, including his upcoming testimony before the House Armed Services…
Terrorism and Future of U.S. Foreign Policy
Three panels at a day-long forum on terrorism focused on the future of terrorism and U.S. responses to the threat of terrorism. Among the…
U.S. Counterterrorism Efforts
Daniel Benjamin talked about the status of the U.S. war on terror after the death of Zarqawi, and a look at existing…