For Security Debrief’s 9th annual April Fools coverage, we’ve collected stories the rest of the media somehow missed…
The Trump administration President Trump needs to consider and understand the essential elements of Muslim and Arab conflict management practices.
Every night on television, we witness recaps of members of Congress being angry at members of the other party because they simply can’t see it their way. But how we think, speak and act now will become normal behavior, and eventually, our national destiny.
One wonders whether the Justice Department possesses any common sense given its decision to redact portions of the Orlando nightclub shooter’s 9-1-1 calls. Public trust in government is at all-time lows, and the ability to embrace common sense and sharing the obvious seem to be factors that are difficult to grasp for DOJ.
Religion plays a significant part in American life. I thought of that as I watched the memorial service for boxing legend Muhammad Ali, a man who was passionate about the humanity he shared with different people. Can you recall any type of religious service that brought so many different beliefs under one roof to honor one individual?
Extremism threatens us all, whether it comes in the form of violence or in the form of intolerance and hate. All Americans have an opportunity this month to show their fellow citizens that this country is still a land of united people. It only takes two words: Happy Ramadan.
Juliette Kayyem’s new book, Security Mom, may be the most honest book I’ve read on how homeland security affects families and the communities in which we live. More importantly, it helps us understand, and explain to our family members, neighbors, and friends what it really means to live in a dangerous, high-threat environment without sacrificing our values or cowering in fear.
The George Washington University annual program, “Securing Our Future,” bought together national, homeland and cyber security experts to discuss U.S. security challenges and priorities. What emerged were three clear metrics for measuring success in the fight against ISIS and al Qaeda.
The inevitable happened on Friday—fighting erupted outside of a Donald Trump rally in Chicago. This was only a small example of things to come. The presidential race is creating the enabling environment that completes the perfect storm of violent extremism.