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Juliette Kayyem

Juliette Kayyem served as Assistant Secretary for Intergovernmental Affairs to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and as a congressional appointee to the National Commission on Terrorism. She is currently the national security and foreign policy columnist for the Boston Globe and Lecturer in Public Policy for the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.

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Daniel Richman’s article raises an interesting question: can federal national-security efforts be made more successful with the full participation of state and local governments? Richman believes that some federal policies would have...
Juliette Kayyem
Do you feel any safer today than you did those first days after September 11, 2001, when the United States committed to protecting itself against terrorism? Although we may not feel much...
Juliette Kayyem

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