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American Forum - CIAG Conference: Root, Stem and Branch: Home-Grown Radicals and the Limits of Terrorism

Sen. Charles Robb, Edwin Meese, W. Patrick Lang, Philip Mudd
April 1, 2007
3:00PM - 3:00PM (EDT)

Margaret Warner, senior correspondent for The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer, moderated the opening session of the 2007 Critical Incidents Analysis Group conference, co-hosted by the Miller Center. At this opening session, a group of national and international experts on terrorism will discuss "Home-Grown Terrorism and the Global War on Terror." Participants include:

  • Philip Mudd, associate executive assistant director for national security at the FBI;
  • The Lord Alderdice, a psychiatrist who was the first speaker of the Northern Ireland Assembly;
  • Edwin Meese, III of the Iraq Study Group;
  • Charles S. Robb, of the Iraq Study Group, former Virginia Governor and U.S. Senator;
  • Colonel Patrick Lang, retired senior officer of the U.S. Military Intelligence and former Defense Intelligence Officer for the Middle East, South Asia, and Terrorism;
  • Raffi Khatchadourian, whose long article "Azzam the American" was published in the January 22, 2007 issue of The New Yorker;
  • Chris Dawson, deputy commissioner of the West Australian Police where he oversees counter-terrorism activities; and others.

  • This session was open to the public; other sessions of the CIAG conference are limited to invited participants.

    Sen. Charles Robb
    Sen. Charles Robb
    Edwin Meese
    Edwin Meese
    W. Patrick Lang
    W. Patrick Lang
    Philip Mudd
    Philip Mudd

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