On Friday, May 6, partners from across the mid-Atlantic region gathered together for the inaugural Regional Domestic Terrorism Conference in New Brunswick, New Jersey, to discuss how law enforcement and homeland security professionals may counter the current threat of domestic terrorism. This event hosted by our office, the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness, in coordination with the New Jersey Regional Intelligence Academy, provided a forum for various organizations from various states to report on the terrorist threat that exists in the United States and in their jurisdictions.
Clint Watts joins us once again to discuss the differences between domestic and international terrorist organizations with Intelligence Analyst Paige Schilling in Episode 23 of Intelligence. Unclassified.
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Clint Watts is the Robert A. Fox Fellow in the Foreign Policy Research Institute’s Program on the Middle East, as well as a Senior Fellow with its Program on National Security. As President of Miburo Solutions, Mr. Watts’ research focuses on analyzing transnational threat groups operating in local environments. Before starting Miburo, he served as a US Army infantry officer, an FBI Special Agent on the Joint Terrorism Task Force, and Executive Officer of the Combating Terrorism Center at West Point. Mr. Watts will be speaking on the future of al-Qa’ida and ISIS, competition between the two groups, and implications for the US.
Mr. Watts is both the author and co-author of many publications regarding terrorism, and has written numerous articles as well as blog posts. His most recent publications include: