Tagged: terrorism

10 years later: The War on Terror

Professor Voices wraps up its “10 Years Later” series with Andrew Bacevich who takes a look at how the War on Terror has evolved in the 10 years since September 11th and where we are now. Contact Bacevich at 617-358-0914; bacevich@bu.edu. Earlier posts in the series: Andrew Bacevich: Are we safer? Robert Hefner: Islam Today David Barlow: How are […]

10 years later: Are we safer?

This week and next Professor Voices will run a special video series called “10 Years Later” that highlights various angles of the upcoming anniversary of the September 11th attacks.  We start today with Andrew Bacevich, a foreign policy expert and professor of international relations, who discusses whether the U.S. is safer now from the threat of terrorism than it was prior […]

Arthur Hulnick on al Qaeda

Boston University international relations professor Arthur Hulnick is a 35-year veteran of the intelligence profession, mostly with the CIA. He is the author of “Keeping Us Safe: Secret Intelligence” and “Fixing the Spy Machine: Preparing American Intelligence for the 21st Century.” Hulnick offers the following comment on what happens next to al Qaeda: “Osama’s lieutenants […]

Osama Bin Laden killed by U.S. forces

The following Boston University professors are available to offer expert commentary, analysis, and insight on the death of Osama Bin Laden: Arthur Hulnick, a 35-year veteran of the intelligence profession, mostly with the CIA Contact 617-353-8978, ahulnick@bu.edu   Joseph Wippl, a 30-year CIA veteran Contact 617-353-8992, jwippl@bu.edu   August Richard Norton, International relations professor; Middle […]

New terror alert system announced

Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano has announced a new terrorism alert system has been set in place. Effective immediately, the new system will replace the color-coded system that was created after the 9/11 terrorist attacks. The following Boston University professors, both from the Department of International Relations, are available to comment: Arthur Hulnick, a 35-year […]