Emerging Issues in National and International Security (EMININT 2006)

March 20-21

9:00 am – 5:00 pm

This symposium will address the pressing issues of the day in the fields of national and international security, including topics such as: awarding government national security contracts; cyber-terrorism and the Electronic War on Terror; immigration security; oil and national security; the War over Domestic Intelligence; an emergency preparedness report card; the risks of cross-cultural profiling; international adjudication of terror; and the War on Terror in the foreign media. Following upon the very successful 2005 conference, EMININT 2006 will consist of speakers who represent the pinnacles of their respective fields, coming from six countries and across the United States, including academic experts, senior U.S. government policymakers, and international legal authorities and media experts. These experts have written books, made and interpreted laws and regulations, and reported on the ever-changing realities that encompass the field of National Security. There is something for everyone in this symposium, and few attendees will fail to take something away from it.

For more information please visit the website below http://www.wcl.american.edu/org/nsls/eminint_2006.cfm

Sponsored by the WCL Chapter of the National Security and Law Society
Contact: Brad Moss, nsls@wcl.american.edu