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Homeland Security

Strategic Road Map for the Future of the DHS

The strategy cannot simply be to maintain the status quo, continuing down the same path for the next 10 years that DHS has followed for the past decade. Read More.

Setting Priorities for the Next Four Years

The concept of homeland security has come to embody an “all hazards” approach, focusing not only on terror threats, but also on natural disasters and technological accidents. Read More.

Strong Oversight Required

The new guidelines on data sharing and retention of “terrorism information” in federal databases expand the ability of the National Counterterrorism Center to access, retain, and analyze data to help to thwart terrorist attacks. Read More.

Homeland Security 4.0

The recommendations in this report are essential steps in establishing the right type of homeland security for the United States—one that is enduring and efficacious. Read More.

Homeland Security Policy in 2016

Solutions 2016 provides candidates for elected office the ability to quickly identify the key issues of the day and present clear policy recommendations, supported by facts, for addressing them. Readmore.

Americans must recommit themselves to living the principles that made this nation safe, free, and prosperous while defending them against attack. The only way to reduce America's vulnerability is to provide persistent, sensible homeland security.


Experts on Homeland Security

  • Steven P. Bucci, Ph.D. img Steven P. Bucci, Ph.D.

    Visiting Fellow, Douglas and Sarah Allison Center for Foreign and National Security Policy

  • James Jay Carafano, Ph.D. img James Jay Carafano, Ph.D.

    Vice President for the Kathryn and Shelby Cullom Davis Institute for National Security and Foreign Policy, and the E. W. Richardson Fellow