Homeland Security — Special Issue

magazine cover image Border Blues
By Shawn Zeller
Merging into the Homeland Security Department was supposed to solve core problems for Immigration and Naturalization Service managers and employees. So far, little has changed for the better.

Fitting In
By Bruce B. Stubbs
The Coast Guard joined the Homeland Security Department as a stand-alone agency, but it may be forced to merge.

Making Waves
By Katherine McIntire Peters
The Transportation Security Administration wades into the delicate business of giving profitable corporations taxpayer dollars to improve port security.

Maximum Protection
By Matthew Weinstock
With new rules protecting contractors from massive lawsuits, the government hopes to see a surge of anti-terrorism technology.

Calling All Companies
By Bruce Falconer
A little-known secure communications link connects the Homeland Security Department to corporate leaders.

Stretched Thin
By Katherine McIntire Peters
Homeland security requirements and military commitments abroad are forcing the Defense Department to rethink its mix of active and reserve forces.

Brand U.S.A.
By Shane Harris
An Arab-American journalist and a Hollywood mogul want to change the way the United States fights for Middle Eastern hearts and minds.


Editor's Notebook: Two Years Later


Elin Gursky
Senior fellow for biodefense and public health,
Anser Institute for Homeland Security

Frank Hoffman
Principal homeland security analyst,
U.S. Commission on
National Security/21st Century

Stephen Flynn
Senior fellow for
National Security Studies,
Council on Foreign Relations

Larry Clinton
Chief operating officer,
Internet Security Alliance

Dennis Reimer
National Memorial Institute
for the Prevention of Terrorism

James S. Gilmore III
Gilmore commission on terrorism response

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