A One-Day Conference: May 25th, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Key Bridge Marriott, Arlington, Virginia
The death of Osama bin Laden will significantly affect both sides in the war on terror. The most important questions now are how will al Qaeda and its associated movements respond to the death of their leader, and is the United States safer or in more danger today? The Westminster Institute is bringing together world-renowned authorities and national security practitioners for a one-day special event in Washington, D.C. Together they will provide answers to these questions and also address the broader questions of what impact bin Laden’s death will have on non-violent jihadists such as the Muslim Brotherhood, and what strategies can the U.S. employ to turn this battlefield win into a definitive victory.
Dr. Patrick Sookhdeo, Cultural Advisor, Regional Command South, Afghanistan, Author of Global Jihad
Dr. Sebastian L. Gorka, Director, National Security Fellowship Program at Foundation for Defense of Democracies, and Contributing co-editor, Toward A Grand Strategy Against Terrorism
Thomas Joscelyn, Senior Editor, Long War Journal, Senior Fellow, Foundation for Defense of Democracies
Dr. John Lenczowski, President, Institute of World Politics, Former Director of European and Soviet Affairs, National Security Council
Prof. John Moore, President Emeritus, Grove City College, Former Deputy Director, National Science Foundation
Robert R. Reilly, Former Director, Voice of America, and Former Senior Advisor for Information Strategy, Office of the Secretary of Defense, author, The Closing of the Muslim Mind
Stephen Ulph, Senior Fellow, Jamestown Foundation, Founder and Former Editor of Jane’s Terrorism Security Monitor
The cost for attending the conference was $95, $35 for students. Lunch included.