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How the Next President Can Improve Homeland Security Article

How the Next President Can Improve Homeland Security

Given terrorist attacks associated with recent political transitions in Spain, Britain and Pakistan, it is possible that someone inspired by al Qaeda will make another attempt in the United States over the next 18 months. While Sen. Barack Obama discussed the intersection of terrorism and technology earlier this week in Indiana, homeland security has not been a significant campaign issue thus far. But since terrorism could present the next president with his first crisis, there are a number of steps the next president should take, beginning literally the day after the election.

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Safe at Home Report

Safe at Home

By reordering our strategic homeland security objectives, we can make Americans safer both at home and abroad, argues P.J. Crowley in a new report.

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Reordering Our Priorities Article

Reordering Our Priorities

A new Homeland Security Strategy must match risks to threat levels, our level of vulnerability, and the consequences to our society and economy. Here are our top ten national security priorities, in order of importance.

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New U.S. Leaders to Withdraw Troops from Iraq to Improve Security at Home Article

New U.S. Leaders to Withdraw Troops from Iraq to Improve Security at Home

Pravda.Ru has interviewed two American military experts Andrew J. Grotto and P.J. Crowley to find out the western point of view on the subject. Andrew J. Grotto is Senior National Security Analyst at the Center for American Progress. P.J. Crowley is Senior Fellow and Director of Homeland Security at the Center for American Progress.

Changing To Meet New Challenges Article

Changing To Meet New Challenges

New report from the Commission on the National Guard and Reserves shows that we must adapt to meet modern day challenges, says P.J. Crowley.

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Homeland Security for Dummies Article

Homeland Security for Dummies

Senior Fellow P.J. Crowley examines the Bush administration’s new homeland security report and finds it reads more like a how-to than a strategy.

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Insuring Against Terrorism Article

Insuring Against Terrorism

As long as the U.S. faces a significant threat from terrorist networks, we must ensure the economy is properly protected, says P.J. Crowley.

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Getting on the Security Train Article

Getting on the Security Train

P.J. Crowley says new legislation is a good first step, but better rail and chemical security must anticipate vulnerabilities and fix them now.

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Refocusing Border Efforts Article

Refocusing Border Efforts

Dan Restrepo and P.J. Crowley explain how comprehensive immigration reform will allow the U.S. to focus its resources on security threats at ports of entry.

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Time to Act Report

Time to Act

P.J. Crowley outlines 14 steps to take in 2007 to further implement the 9/11 Commission recommendations and make America safer.

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Get on the Right Track Article

Get on the Right Track

P.J. Crowley assesses new rail security regulation from the Department of Homeland Security.

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Securing Our Ports Article

Securing Our Ports

But the Bush administration needs to embrace the goal of 100 percent security against nuclear terrorism by making cargo screenings at overseas ports mandatory.

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