From The University of Southern California:

The USC Price School of Public Policy offered a timely and insightful discussion on the Paris massacre and its implications for the United States at a Jan. 21 event featuring noted homeland security expert Erroll Southers and Professor Raphael Bostic. Southers, the director of transition and research deployment for the USC Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events (CREATE), responded to questions from Bostic, the director of the USC Bedrosian Center on Governance, in the latest installment of the Price Research Center Collaborative. Attacks at a magazine and kosher supermarket two weeks earlier killed 12 in the deadliest act of terrorism in France in more than 50 years.