Dean Adil Najam comments on the high political drama of terrorism financing at FATF.
Prof. John Woodward hosted the author and retired CIA operations officer for a conversation with students taking IR 516, Intelligence and Homeland Security.
Monika Bickert, Head of Global Policy at Facebook, discussed how the social network combats the complex issues of extremism and terror.
Prof. John D. Woodward Jr. presented on “The Promise and Performance of Biometrics in Combating Terrorism” at the Algonquin Club.
Dean Adil Najam and Pardee Alumnus Dr. Moeed Yusuf had policy forecasts published by the Jinnah Institute.
Vice Admiral Peter V. Neffenger, TSA Administrator, delivered a guest lecture on transportation security.
Assistant Attorney General John P. Carlin discussed terrorism, espionage, cyber security and other national security threats.
Prof. John Woodward discussed the use of biometric technology to help counterterrorism efforts overseas.
FBI Special Agent Paul Shannon discussed his counterterrorism work during several tours in Iraq and Southwest Asia.
Jessica Stern asks ‘What would George Kennan Do? about ISIS. And arrives at some fascinating answers.
Lecturer Gregory Aftandilian said that Egypt needed to adopt a comprehensive strategy for counterterrorism.
Adil Najam tells Boston Herald that we need rethink our response to ISIS, to make it global.
Jessica Stern, internationally-renowned expert on terrorism, will join the Pardee School effective Spring 2016.
The Under Secretary of Civilian Security, Democracy and Human Rights described the U. S.’s holistic response to countering violent extremism.
Greg Aftandilian, visiting lecturer in International Relations at the Pardee School of Global Studies, has published a monograph with the Strategic Studies Institute at the U. S. Army War College.