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Center for the Study of Homeland Security

CSHS Director David Malet, CSU-Pueblo President Joe Garcia, and Foundation trustees visit NORADThe September 11th terrorist attacks brought concerns about Homeland Security, and considerations of military approaches to Homeland Defense, to the forefront of public attention and the national policy agenda. However, Homeland Security is a broad and complex field that involves far more than foreign terrorist groups or responses of “guns, guards, and gates.” It is instead a complex area that requires a variety of conceptual approaches, and communication and coordination between all levels of society. Water and other natural resource security, earthquakes and other disasters, cyber-crime, and a wide array of human security threats demand public attention and the competition for resources as well. The Center for the Study of Homeland Security is therefore engaged in the vital work of promoting understanding these array of challenges and the most effective theoretical and policy responses.