When: April 16, 2011
From: 03:00 PM - 05:00 PM
Subject: Countering Terrorism – Strategy and Tactics: How has our thinking changed? What have been the results?
Speaker: Ambassador Henry Crumpton
Location: The Forum, Santa Fe University of Art and Design (formerly College of Santa Fe), 1600 St. Michael’s Drive
Cost: $15 CIR Members
$20 Non-members & Guests
This talk will focus on strategies and techniques that have been used to counter terrorism, including military and political approaches.
How has the cultural context shaped the strategy? What have been the costs? What has worked, what has failed, and what changes are we likely to see in the future?
Ambassador Crumpton, a graduate of the University of New Mexico, was the Coordinator for Counterterrorism at the Department of State from August 2005 to February 2007. Among his many CIA assignments, he served as Deputy Chief (Operations) of the CIA’s Counter-terrorist Center, 1999-2001, and led the CIA’s Afghan campaign, 2001-2002.
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