America’s Evolving Homeland Security Threats—At Home and Abroad

In this two-part webinar series held on March 16th and 24th, CHDS experts explore international and domestic threats confronting America and our homeland security.

Part 1 of the series focuses on the international landscape and the geopolitical threats to democracy that will shape the 21st century for homeland security leaders. The current Russian invasion of Ukraine and an emboldened China is explored.

In Part 2 of the discussion, we focus on America’s domestic threats. What are they? Are they connected to international threats? How do homeland security professionals do their jobs in a hyper-polarized environment?

Recorded Webinar, Part 1: A World Divided

Held March 16, 2022 | links to referenced materials

Recorded Webinar, Part 2: A Nation Divided

Held March 24, 2022 | links to referenced materials


Featured Guest: Dr. Seth Jones
Senior Vice President and Director,
International Security Program,
Center for Strategic and International Studies
Instructor, Comparative Government for Homeland Security, CHDS

Moderator: Mike Walker
Former Assistant Secretary of the Army and Former Deputy Director, FEMA,
CHDS Subject Matter Expert

Referenced Materials:

This webinar is held in partnership with the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO), Big City Emergency Managers (BCEM), Governors Homeland Security Advisors Council (GHSAC), International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM), International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), National Governors Association (NGA), Naval Postgraduate School Alumni Association and Foundation, and the CHDS Alumni Association.

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