The Inter-University Center for Terrorism Studies, the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies, and the International Law Institute present a forum and accompanying report on “Covid-19 and the Role of the Military”.

This report offers an overview of mother nature and man-made threats as well as selected perspectives on passive and active military missions during war and peace times.

Contributions are made by 
interdisciplinary academics and practitioners including: Opening Remarks by Dr. Jennifer Buss [CEO, Potomac Institute for Policy Studies]. The Forum was moderated by Professor Yonah Alexander [Director of the International Center for Terrorism Studies]. Presentations and discussion were made by Lieutenant General [Ret.] Vincent Stewart  [20th Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency [DIA]]; Distinguished University Professor Rita Colwell [University of Maryland, College Park; Johns Hopkins University, Bloomberg School of Public Health]; Major General [Ret.] Dr. Mihail E. Ionescu [Professor, National School of Political and Administrative Studies [SNSPA], Bucharest, Romania]; and Ambassador [Ret.] Charles Ray [Former U.S. Ambassador to Cambodia and Zimbabwe]. Closing Remarks were delivered by Gen. [Ret.] Alfred Gray [29th Commandant of the U.S. Marine Corps [1987-1991]; Senior Fellow and Chairman of the Board of Directors and Regents, Potomac Institute for Policy Studies].

This forum was conducted on 
August 23, 2021 at the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies.


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