Prof. John Woodward offered his views on recent national security and intelligence-related developments.
John Woodward, Professor of the Practice of International Relations at the Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies at Boston University, said leveraging biometric data such as electronic fingerprints, iris patterns and voice recognition is becoming more crucial in bolstering homeland security. Woodward made the argument in a February 16, 2016 article on Boston University’s Professor…
John Woodward looks to biometrics in fighting the war on terror in a new Op-Ed in the Wall Street Journal.
Prof. John Woodward interviewed on Fox 25 News, Boston, on terrorism and its impact on global travel.
Here’s a question for you; what is SOCMINT?
Pardee School Professor John Woodward received the Career Intelligence Medal in recognition of his exemplary service to the CIA.
Pardee School Professor John Woodward said that government shutdowns harm national security interests.
Pardee School Professor John Woodward highlights a surprising consequence of the potential government shutdown – the harm it could do to national security.
The Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies is pleased to welcome to its faculty two new members – John Woodward, Professor of the Practice of International Relations, and Julie Klinger, Assistant Professor of International Relations.