Panel Discussion from 12th Annual UAPP Summit

Panel Discussion from the 12th Annual Homeland Defense and Security Education Summit held in Monterey, CA on October 31 through November 1, 2019 which had a topic of “Public Interest Security: Leveraging Education to Connect Policy and Operations with American Perspectives of Homeland Security”. Topics/Panelists include:

  • Irregular Migration Flows: The Future of the US/Mexico Border is Not What it Used to Be with Alan Bersin, Former Assistant Homeland Security, Security (Policy) Commissioner, US Customs and Border Protection
  • Strategic Misalignment: Old Tools and a New Problem with Nate Bruggeman from BorderWorks Advisors, LLC
  • Migration To, Across, and From Mexico: A Changing Landscape and it’s Impact on US/Mexico Relations with Brenda Estefan, Former Security Attache, Mexican Embassy Senior Advisor of International Relations, Mexican Ministry of Governance
  • New Human Smuggling and Trafficking Networks: A Social Network Analysis in Time of Mass Migrations with Guadalupe Correa Cabrera, Schar School of Policy & Government at George Mason University
  • Impact of Trump Administration Policies on Border Communities: The Case of El Paso/Juarez with Patrick Schaefer, JD LLM Director, Hunt Institute at the University of Texas at El Paso
  • View from the Northern Triangle Including How the Marshall Plan and Plan Columbia May or May Not be Relevant with Blas Nunes-Neto, Senior Policy Researcher at the RAND Institute

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