Homeland Security Watch

News and analysis of critical issues in homeland security

March 9, 2009

Editorial Note

Filed under: General Homeland Security — by Philip J. Palin on March 9, 2009

Today HLSwatch welcomes Chris Bellavita as a contributor.  Chris is widely recognized as a provocative scholar of Homeland Security and one of the founders of Homeland Security as a serious academic endeavor.  Among his many roles, Dr. Bellavita is Director of  Academic Programs at the Center for Homeland Defense and Security at the Naval Postgraduate School.

I very much hope that Chris and future contributors will evoke your comments.  But for reasons beyond my control – or evidently influence – the comment function is not operating this morning.  The host of HLSwatch experienced serious technical problems late last week.  I suspect this is a continuing legacy of our own cyber vulnerability.

Please pound out your thoughts in another format and stand-by for the comment function to be fixed.

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2 Comments »

Comment by William R. Cumming

March 10, 2009 @ 10:15 am

The more the merrier! The Center for Homeland Defense and Security at the Naval Postgraduate School has already accomplished many useful things. Let’s hope it continues. If it just wasn’t located in such a beautiful geographic area perhaps even more would get done. How about moving it to the Great Lakes Naval Station? Plenty of time for thinking when upper-mid-western winters underway! Just being facetious. Jealousy for those who are there and those who are not there or where I live in beautiful tidewater VA.

Thanks for the comment outage. Made life simplified.

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March 24, 2009 @ 9:24 am

[…] He has recently been replaced, quite ably, by a trio — Phil Palin, Paul Stockton and Chris Bellavita. The blog was originally created in December, 2005 by Christian Beckner who left for the public […]

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