Volume V

Volume V

Changing Homeland Security: The Year in Review — 2008

In December 2008, Christopher Bellavita asked members of the Naval Postgraduate School’s extended homeland security network to respond to two questions: (1) From your perspective — and using whatever criteria you’d like — what would you say was a top homeland security-related issue or story in 2008 and why and (2) What do you consider an emerging homeland security issue?

By Christopher Bellavita

Merging the HSC and NSC: Stronger Together

At the federal level, homeland security is inherently and fundamentally an interagency undertaking. The quality of interagency relationships and processes is central to the success or failure of federal—and national—homeland security activities.

By Christine Wormuth and Jeremy White

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