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Sonoma County Spring Conference: Why is Countering Terrorism so Difficult?

Event Details

Date/Time:
Sat, April 28, 2018
12:00PM - 02:45PM
Venue:
Glaser Center Unitarian Universalist Congregation, Room 545
Location:
547 Mendocino Avenue, Santa Rosa CA 95401
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Registration Period:
01/24/2018-04/28/2018
Price:
$10 /Person - Stanford Alumni & Guests; $5/Person - Students, Young Alumni & Guests
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The complex threat of terrorism poses a challenging problem for policy makers and academics alike. Governments are tempted to over promise results and also find it difficult to demonstrate the effectiveness of their policies. Professor Martha Crenshaw will draw on decades of experience to discuss our need for a more comprehensive and strategic response that does not rely entirely on the military.

Join fellow Stanford alumni, guest & friends for this relevent lecture.

Arrive at noon for a light luncheon beforehand and linger afterwards for our Speaker Reception.

Event Activities

Sonoma County Spring Conference: Why is Countering Terrorism so Difficult?
Saturday, April 28, 2018 @ 12:00 PM

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