Course Description

Homeland Security and Civil Liberties (Part 2)

Instructor: Michael Cleary
Dates: Tuesdays, Jan 31-Mar 14
Time: 10:30 AM-12:00 PM
Location: Online via Zoom  


Explore how homeland security and civil liberties are at risk by the Russia-China Alliance, which threatens the United States by pursuing state-sponsored terrorism and cyber warfare. Case studies include personal experience with the military, DOJ, DOS deployments in the 90’s and post 911. Each session has a separate topic to be discussed. Sessions begin with a Power Point presentation and end with interactive discussion on current/legal events. A guest speaker is scheduled to attend one of the sessions.
Maximum registrants: 300


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