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Office of Public Affairs
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Christy DeBoe Hicks
Vice President, Public Affairs
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Loretta Ahlrich
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Century Foundation Staff on Homeland Security
Greg Anrig, Jr., Vice President, Policy
Richard C. Leone, President
Morton Abramowitz, Senior Fellow, Program – DC
Patrick Radden Keefe, Program Officer and Fellow, Program
Tova Andrea Wang, Democracy Fellow, Program

Press Releases
Allied against Terrorism: New Publication from The Century Foundation Explores Global Counterterrorism Campaign
Five years after the attacks of September 11, what are the prospects for the global counterterrorism campaign? In Allied against Terrorism: What’s Needed to Strengthen Worldwide Commitment, Alistair Millar and Eric Rosand, two distinguished counterterrorism experts, take on that question.
New Task Force Report from The Century Foundation Calls for an Overhaul of Homeland Security Strategies and Funding
Some of the country’s leading homeland security experts analyze the nation’s most significant vulnerabilities and propose strategies to reduce them.
After the Storm: Lessons from 9/11 on the Need to Help Katrina Survivors Deal
Century Foundation Issues New Report about Providing Mental Health Services to a Traumatized Population
Rethinking the Patriot Act: A New Report from the Century Foundation Provides Context for the Current Reauthorization Debate
One of the most controversial and possibly one of the most misunderstood laws Congress has ever enacted, the USA Patriot Act remains at the forefront of public debate about security and civil liberties. For many Americans, it is synonymous with an egregious and unjustifiable suspension of the Bill of Rights.
Are Bioterrorism Dollars Making Us Safer?
New report from The Century Foundation finds that federal funds have helped improve the public health system but substantial vulnerabilities remain.
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New Publication from The Century Foundation Analyzes Controversial Provisions Up for Renewal
The USA PATRIOT ACT: The Basics explains the law, lays out the controversies, and synthesizes what is known about how the legislation has been implemented.
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A Supreme Conflict: National Security and Civil Liberties
The Supreme Court heard arguments this week in a set of cases that are at the heart of the current debate over balancing national security with civil liberties: Does President Bush, as commander in chief, have the power to declare citizens captured at home or abroad “enemy combatants” and then hold them indefinitely, without criminal charges?
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Is the Department of Homeland Security Making the Grade?The Century Foundation Releases A Report Card on the Department’s First Year
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has had mixed results in its first year of operation, according to a new report from The Century Foundation.
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Author of New Report on Bioterrorism Preparedness Dollars and Public Health Says Ricin Incidents Demonstrate Urgency of Better Coordination
The report released last week revealed that despite an unprecedented infusion of bioterrorism preparedness dollars, bioterrorism preparedness is suffering due to large state budget deficits
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Are Bioterrorism Preparedness Dollars Making Us Safer? Improving Public Health?
In 2002 Congress sent 1.6 billion dollars to states and cities toward public health and bioterrorism preparedness. Two new reports address this issue.
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New Report from The Century Foundation Examines Homeland Security Responses in Pennsylvania, Texas, Wisconsin, and Washington
The September 11 attacks made clear the central role that state and local governments play in homeland security.
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The Century Foundation and PublicAffairs Release The War on Our Freedoms: Civil Liberties in an Age of Terrorism
In The War on Our Freedoms: Civil Liberties in an Age of Terrorism (A Century Foundation book, published by PublicAffairs, June 2003) fourteen thinkers, scholars, journalists, and historians warn that we may be giving up more of our freedoms than we realize to gain less security than we need.
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The War on Our Freedoms: Civil Liberties in an Age of Terrorism – Kathleen Sullivan, Anthony Lewis, Joseph Lelyveld, and Alan Brinkely are Among Contributors to New Book from The Century Foundation and PublicAffairs
The War on Our Freedoms: Civil Liberties in an Age of Terrorism
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Conference Explores How New Technologies, National Security, Privacy, and Risk Affect Public Access to Information
Security, Technology and Privacy: Shaping a 21st Century Public Information Policy
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The Century Foundation Releases Report on Media, Philanthropy, and Homeland Security
New from The Century Foundation’s Homeland Security Project:
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