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Premium member Presentation Transcript Slide1: “Terrorism Law is an emerging discipline critical to understanding the complex balance between global security and civil justice.”Slide2: The goal of the Center is to examine current and potential legal issues related to terrorism in light of the challenge of achieving and maintaining a proper balance between global security and civil justice. This goal is pursued through professional exchanges such as symposia, consultations and training; writing, teaching, commenting on and publishing written materials; and ensuring access to extensive information resources regarding terrorism. ABOUT US/OUR MISSIONEVENTS : EVENTS The Center is committed to educational and academic excellence as evidenced through participation in varied local, national and international events, which are designed to explore the relationship between global security and civil justice. Distinguished Speaker Series Cyberterrorism; Continuity of Government after Terrorist Attack; Winning the War on Terror; Legal Issues on Detainees Panels Cyberterrorism; Tracking Terrorism in the 21st Century; Military Role in the Global War on Terrorism Speeches & Media Appearances - Professor Addicott speaks internationally and nationally on Terrorism Law issues. In addition, he is a frequent commentator on MSNBC and Fox News Channel as well as local and national radio shows. Symposia Jul 2004: “U.S Interrogation Practices and the War on Terror.” San Antonio, TX Jan 2005: “Promoting a Sensible Rule of Law for the War on Terror.” Washington, DC Jun 2005: “Contractors on the Battlefield: Legal Issues Associated with Anti-Terrorism Training & Personnel Recovery.” San Antonio, TX Dec 2005: “Narco-Terrorism and Personnel Recovery.” Miami, FL Training March 2006: “Investigating Terrorism: Legal and Policy Issues for Law Enforcement.” San Antonio, TX July 2006: “Cyber-Terrorism: Training Symposia.” Miami, FLProfessional Scholarship & Teaching: Professional Scholarship & Teaching We teach a variety of courses in Terrorism Law: Global Security and Terrorism Law Public International Law Comparative Law International Human Rights National Security Law Recent Books & Law Review Articles Published Internationally & Nationally: ▪ Cyberterrorism (Colombia, 2005). ▪ Cases & Materials on Terrorism Law, 3rd Edition (2006). ▪ The Global War on Terrorism, Chapter 11 (2004). ▪ Contractors on the Battlefield (Houston Law Journal, Spring 2006). ▪ The Abu Gharib Story (Israel, 2005). ▪ My Lai Massacre, War Crimes (An Historical Encyclopedia, 2006). ▪ The Practice of Rendition in the War on Terror (Massachusetts School of Law Journal, 2006). ▪Institutionalizing Human Rights in the Militaries of the Emerging Democracies: The Case of Peru (2006). AFFILIATIONS : AFFILIATIONS In order to develop an integrated approach to terrorism law, the Center for Terrorism Law is affiliated with a variety of institutions – educational, government, military, business and media – to address issues that have impact across multiple disciplines related to homeland security concerns. These strategic partnerships include communication and collaboration in education, training, research and support. Key Partnerships include: Institute for the Protection of American Communities (IPAC) United States Northern Command/Homeland Security Defense Education Consortium Center for Infrastructure Assurance and Security (CIAS) Legal Perspective: Legal Perspective Security Cooperation Between the United States, Canada, and Mexico with Regard to Cross-Border Terrorist Incidents and JurisdictionsThe Borders: The Borders Southern 1,951 Miles 1.2 illegal aliens 165,000 from countries other than Mexico 650 from special interest countries The Borders: The Borders Northern 5,522 Miles 300,000 people cross this border every day More than 50 known terrorist organizations Problems in the South: Problems in the South Reports that Hezbollah have entered the U.S. from Mexico. Mahmoud Youssef Kourani Venezuela as new hub of terrorism in the Western Hemisphere. Human trafficking trade can bring in terrorist and their tools of trade. 41% increase in arrests of Special Interest Aliens along southern border Progress in the South: Progress in the South Texas border security strategy, Operation Rio Grande Operations Hold the Line & Gatekeeper Secure Border Initiative Operation Jump Start Operation Black Jack, Border Enforcement and Security Task Force (BEST) Joint Terrorism Task Forces Border Tunnel Prevention & Secure Fence ActsProblems in the North: Problems in the North Only known terrorists to enter the U.S. from bordering country were from Canada Ahmed Ressam, the “Millennium Bomber” who planned to blow up the Los Angeles Airport Gazi Ibrahim Abu Mezer, a Palestinian convicted of planning to bomb a New York subway Large Islamic community Terrorist activity in Canada 2003 – Toronto 19 Terrorists 2006 – 17 Terrorists Arrested Progress in the North: Progress in the North Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Canada Increased border patrols Camera systems for surveillance Tracking systems for frequent crossers for business and pleasure Conclusion: Conclusion You do not have the permission to view this presentation. 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