Manhunt: The Ten Year Search for Osama bin Laden: From 9/11 to Abbottabad, Peter Bergen
One of the few Westerners to interview Osama bin Laden, Peter Bergen, a CNN national security analyst, discussed his recent book, Manhunt: The Ten Year Search for Osama bin Laden: From 9/11 to Abbottabad, at the Honorable T. Linus Hoban Memorial Forum at The University of Scranton. The lecture took place Thursday, Oct. 25, at 7 p.m. in the McIlhenny Ballroom of the DeNaples Center on campus. The lecture was sponsored by The Lackawanna Bar Association and The University of Scranton.
MANHUNT: The Search for Osama Bin Laden
This session from the 2013 Aspen Security Forum features an excerpted screening of the acclaimed HBO documentary, MANHUNT, based on the book of the same name by noted terrorism expert and CNN national security analyst Peter Bergen. Bergen, and the film's director and producer, Greg Barker, discuss the film and the story it tells.
Peter Bergen, Author, Manhunt: The Ten-Year Search for Bin Laden from 9/11 to Abbottabad; National Security Analyst, CNN; Director, National Security Studies Program, New America Foundation
Greg Barker, Director and Producer, MANHUNT, Passion Pictures
Dan Raviv, National Correspondent, CBS News
Black Site: The CIA in the post-9/11 World
When the towers fell on September 11, 2001, nowhere were the reverberations more powerfully felt than at CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia. Almost overnight, the intelligence organization evolved into a warfighting intelligence service, constructing what was known internally as “the Program”: a web of top-secret detention facilities intended to help prevent future attacks on American soil and around the world. With Black Site, former deputy director of the CIA Counterterrorist Center Philip Mudd presents a full, never-before-told story of this now-controversial program, directly addressing how far America went to pursue al-Qa’ida and prevent another catastrophe. A book signing follows the program.
Arthur Ross Book Award: Stalin: Waiting for Hitler, 1929–1941
In celebration of the winners of this year’s Arthur Ross Book Award: Stephen Kotkin, Michael J. Green, and Masha Gessen, Gideon Rose hosts a conversation with Stephen Kotkin on his book, Stalin: Waiting for Hitler, 1929–1941.
2018 Arthur Ross Book Award Gold Medalist for Stalin: Waiting for Hitler, 1929-1941; John P. Birkelund '52 Professor in History and International Affairs and Codirector of the Program in History and the Practice of Diplomacy, Princeton University
Peter G. Peterson Chair and Editor, Foreign Affairs; Chair, Arthur Ross Book Award Jury
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Hillary Clinton rips Trump's foreign policy (Full speech)
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton delivers a speech outlining her foreign policy positions and how they differ from presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump.
Arabs: America's Imaginary Enemy -- A Talk from the Front Lines of the Middle East
Arabs: America's Imaginary Enemy -- A Talk from the Front Lines of the Middle East, featuring Nemr, a Lebanese/American Stand-Up Comedian who is credited with establishing and pioneering the stand-up comedy scene throughout the Middle East where he performs in English.
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CNN: Rep. Mike Rogers 'Osama Bin Laden photo gruesome'
CNN's Wolf Blitzer talks to one of the few people who has seen the U.S. photos of Osama bin Laden's body.
10 Weird Things Stored in Giant Vaults
The world is full of valuable objects, objects their owners want to squirrel away and hide from the world lest they be stolen by ninjas, handsome men in suits, of handsome ninjas in suits. In addition to gold, jewels, and old SNES games, there are some surprising things hidden away deep underground in cartoonishly massive vaults. Things like…
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Operations, optics and the Oval Office: National security in challenging times
The role of intelligence in supporting strategy and policy is an issue of ongoing interest and debate.
In the United States, the often challenging relationship between the national security community and the Trump administration has been a focus of public attention. The recent US mid-term elections will see a majority Democrat Congress from 2019, with potential consequences for the investigation into Russia’s involvement in the 2016 Presidential election, as well as national security policy making in the US.
In this seminar, Nick Rasmussen explores the relationship between the US national security community and the political administration, including the national security implications of the change in the balance of power in the US Congress. He also discusses the role of national security in supporting strategy and policy, with a particular focus on his experience in counterterrorism, including the global fight against ISIS and the operation to find Osama bin Laden.
Nicholas Rasmussen, the Vice-Chancellor’s Distinguished Visiting Fellow and former Director of the US National Counterterrorism Center (2014-17), and Senior Director of the McCain Institute’s Counterterrorism Program and, is a national security expert with over 27 years in US government service. Rasmussen served in the US Intelligence Community from 2001 to 2017, most recently as Director of the National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC) from 2014 to 2017. Rasmussen served in senior national security appointments under Presidents Bush, Obama and Trump.
While serving as the Special Assistant to President Obama and Senior Director for Counterterrorism, Rasmussen led the development of US counterterrorism policy and strategy, including supporting policy deliberations leading up to the US military raid against Osama bin Laden.
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USC CREATE: Daveed Gartenstein-Ross on Bin Laden's Legacy
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USC CREATE: The USC National Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events (CREATE) presents Daveed Gartenstein-Ross and his lecture Bin Laden's Legacy. The presentation, part of USC CREATE's Distinguished Speaker Series, was held at the University of Southern California on August 4, 2011.
CREATE brought Gartenstein-Ross to USC to address its stakeholders on the topic of Bin Laden's legacy. Alhough Osama bin Laden's death was a significant blow for al Qaeda, it did not end the fight against jihadi terrorism. Indeed, his strategic ideas for beating the United States have permeated his organization, and for years to come America will be grappling with the strategy he forged. There have been two critical prongs to this strategy: undermining the U.S. economy, and making the battlefield on which the United States has to fight al Qaeda as broad as possible. Gartenstein-Ross's presentation examines the evolution of both of these strategic strands. It demonstrates that the United States never had a strong understanding of al Qaeda's strategy and, as a result, has developed systems of both offense and defense that have been ill suited to defeating this adversary. Indeed, at critical junctures, the United States' own actions have helped significantly advance al Qaeda's objectives.
The International Herald Tribune has described Daveed Gartenstein-Ross as a rising star in the counterterrorism community. He frequently leads training programs for the U.S. military and domestic law enforcement, and has designed educational curricula on terrorism for the U.S. Department of State. His writing has appeared in The New York Times, Foreign Policy, The Atlantic, Reader's Digest, and The Review of Faith and International Affairs, among other publications.
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Conversation with Max Blumenthal on 'The Palestinian issue and Trump`s plan for the Middle East'
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“The Palestinian Issue and Trump’s Plans for the Middle East after the Israeli Election” (in English)
Followed by remarks by Mohamed Mohamed, Executive Director of the Palestine Center, co-sponsor of this event
Mr. Blumenthal recently published a new book: The Management of Savagery:
How America’s National Security State Fueled the Rise of Al Qaeda, ISIS, and Donald Trump
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Intelligence to Protect the Homeland and the Way Ahead
John Brennan, Deputy National Security Advisor for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism Fran Townsend, INSA Chairwoman
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Story About Osama bin Laden Son Omar bin Laden And And His British Wife
Laden was married one year old, his daughter-in-law married a 51-year-old woman
The death of Al Qaeda chief and dreaded terrorist Osama bin Laden has been seven years. Since his death, his long-standing family is living in different parts of the world. There is not much information about the entire family of Osama, but he keeps coming to know about the son Omar bin Laden. Umar married the 25 year old British woman. His Wife was even a year older than Osama. Such a meeting and marriage ...
- News of Omar's marriage was revealed in 2007 through British media. Then Umar was 27 years old and his wife Jane was 51 years old.
- Jane Phillips Brown is from the Cheshire city of Britain and he met with bin Laden's son while enjoying the holiday in Egypt from Omar.
- Omar's wife Jinnah had told that both of them had married Islamic law in April 2007 and both were very happy.
- After marriage, Jane adopted Islamism and changed her name to live as Mahmood.
Jane had told that she kept her marriage hidden from the world because she did not want her family to face defamation.
Jane had said after marriage that she loves Omar so much that she did not even care about the consequences after linking the bin Laden family.
Seymour Hersh Interview With The Young Turks' Cenk Uygur
Cenk Uygur of The Young Turks interviews the premier investigative journalist of his generation, Seymour Hersh. Seymour Hersh is the author of ten books, including his latest, titled “The Killing of Osama Bin Laden.” Read some of Seymour Hersh's work
In this TYT interview Seymour Hersh and Cenk Uygur cover a range of topics, including:
- Why did the Osama bin Laden operation go down the way it did? Why not take him alive? Should the perpetrators - from Seal Team 6 to Obama himself - be prosecuted for murder?
- The politics around the death of Osama bin Laden.
- Why were Osama bin Laden’s wives never questioned by US interrogators?
- Oil's impact on foreign policy, in particular Turkey and ISIS.
- Conspiracy theories and the U.S. government spying on the public.
- How he became an investigative reporter and developed his style and approach.
- His thoughts on the state of investigative journalism today.
- What benefit does the US get from our alliance with Saudi Arabia? What about Israel?
- What do you think was Saudi Arabia’s involvement in planning and funding the 9/11 attacks?
- What is the US objective in Syria? Do we have any hope of accomplishing it?
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Spytainment: Fake Spies and Real Intelligence Policy with Amy Zegart
Spy-themed entertainment has skyrocketed since 9/11, often blurring the lines between fact and fiction. What's real and what isn't in Zero Dark Thirty? How has the television show 24 influenced training at West Point? How is spytainment affecting public opinion about wiretapping, torture, and other controversial intelligence issues?
Amy Zegart, MA '93, PhD '96 is a senior fellow, Hoover Insitution and co-director of the Center for International Security and Cooperation. She is also Professor of Political Economy, by courtesy, at the Graduate School of Business. Her research examines the organizational deficiencies of American national security agencies and she is the author of two award-winning books. Flawed by Design and Spying Blind. Zegart was featured by the National Journal as one of the ten most influential experts in intelligence reform. She served on the Clinton administration's National Security Council staff and as a foreign policy adviser to the Bush-Cheney 2000 presidential campaign. Her commentary has been featured on national tv and radio shows and in the NY Times, Washington Post, and LA Times.
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Al-Qaeda Central - Intro and Panel 1
Two strikingly different but simultaneously accurate pictures of al-Qaeda have dominated recent discussion of the terrorist group: one, a resilient foe still determined to attack the United States and its interests abroad, and the other, a wounded organization whose leaders are being hunted down and killed. Join the New America Foundations Counterterrorism Strategy Initiative and Foreign Policy magazine for a conference on the current state of the threat from al-Qaedas Afghanistan- and Pakistan-based central leadership, its allies, and messaging strategies.
Predicting Election 2012 -- The Atlantic Meets the Pacific
Veteran political reporter Ron Brownstein of the National Journal and Republican strategist Steve Schmidt analyze the homestretch of the presidential campaign with input from James Fallows, National Correspondent for The Atlantic; Sam Popkin, UC San Diego professor and author of The Candidate; James Fowler, a UC San Diego professor who specializes in the biochemistry of political behavior: and longtime pollster Dan Yankelovich. Look for some fresh insight trom these lively and connected pundits as they call the fates of Mitt Romney, Barack Obama, and the next Congress in this opening event of The Atlantic Meets the Pacific 2012. Series: The Atlantic Meets The Pacific [10/2012] [Public Affairs] [Show ID: 24293]
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