In the face of expanding national, regional, and global health and security challenges, a distinguished panel of scientists, academics, and diplomats will focus on past lessons and future outlook. The contributors will also offer recommendations for governmental and non-governmental strategies to reduce potential risks at home and abroad.

SPONSORS:

Inter-University Center for Terrorism Studies 
International Law Institute
Inter-University Center for Legal Studies at the International Law Institute
Center for Security Law, University of Virginia Law School

 

 
 



OPENING REMARKS:  Prof. Don Wallace Chairman - International Law Institute
  Dr. Jennifer Buss CEO, Potomac Institute for Policy Studies
  Professor Robert Turner Center for National Security Law University of Virginia
     
MODERATOR: Prof. Yonah Alexander Director - Inter-University Center for Terrorism Studies
Senior Fellow - Potomac Institute for Policy Studies
 
PANELISTS: Prof. Rita Colwell Distinguished Professor - University of Maryland,
College Park and Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health
  Hon. Richard Prosen Deputy Director, Multi-Lateral Affairs Bureau of Counter Terrorism U.S. State Department
Hon. Guy B. Roberts Former US Assistant Secretary of Defense for WMD Policy
Ambassador Charles Ray (Ret.) Former U.S. Ambassador to Cambodia and Zimbabwe
     
COMMENTATORS: Prof. Natividad Carpintero-Santamaria
Professor at the Polytechnic University of Madrid (UPM) and
General Secretary of the Instito de Fusion Nuclear “Guillermo Velarde”
  Dr. Milton Hoenig Physicist (Focus on WMD)
  Ambassador Pjer Simunovic Ambassador - Embassy of Croatia
Held the Presidency fo the Council of the European Union from January to June 2020



Program administered by Emma Andrews
and Kevin Harrington