Potomac Institute for Policy Studies
Gail Clifford is the newest member of Potomac Institute's Board of Directors. She is currently the Institute's Vice President for Financial Management and the Chief Financial Officer.
Clifford, CPA, MBA, joined the Potomac Institute in 2001 as Chief Financial Officer. She is responsible for all phases of financial and accounting management including: planning, billing, banking relationships, and accounting practices through appraisals of the organization’s financial position and monthly financial and operating reports.
Potomac Institute's Senior Fellow David Kay featured in AFP story on Syria and chemical weapons:
"It seems obvious but it's not easy," Kay, now a senior fellow at the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies, told AFP. Syria is believed to have hundreds of tons of chemical agents such as sarin and VX as well as mustard gas.
Potomac Institute hosted Marine Lt. Gen. William Faulkner to discuss how the Marine Corps is resetting its equipment, as the service faces the challenge of downsizing and becoming a lighter and more agile force.
Marine Corps Times
Speaking at the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies in April, Lt. Gen. William Faulkner said the reset is a “good news story.” The Corps has reduced the total number of equipment items remaining in Afghanistan by 60 percent in the past 15 months
The Honorable H. Lee Buchanan, PhD, Is Named Member of the Board of Regents
The Potomac Institute for Policy Studies (www.potomacinstitute.org) is pleased to announce that the Honorable H. Lee Buchanan, PhD, has been named a Member of the Board of Regents. Dr. Buchanan is a Venture Partner at Paladin Capital Group and a former Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Research, Development, and Acquisition.
Regarding Dr. Buchanan's appointment, Potomac Institute Chairman and CEO Michael Swetnam noted, "The Honorable H. Lee Buchanan is one of the most experienced and capable leaders this country has ever produced. He has served in a wide variety of government and industry positions, and his technical and vast policy expertise will help guide the Potomac Institute to great heights. I am also proud to note that Dr. Buchanan was an early supporter of the Institute and the need for enlightened and rational S&T Policy development."
Potomac Institute CEO Mike Swetnam was one of the experts interviewed for the April 28 Sunday Business Post magazine article on the Boston Marathon bombing, “Boston Unbowed,” by Niall Stanage. In the article, Swetnam argued that while progress has been made since the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the U.S. has only come halfway.
Three points Swetnam identified as areas where the U.S. could do better include following up on intelligence tips with more diligence, more widespread use of cameras, and an increased sense of public vigilance. Another issue affecting both terrorism and counter-terrorism efforts is increased access to and use of technology; Swetnam’s point was that the U.S. needs to harness all capabilities at its disposal.
- Refugeeism: Humanitarian and Strategic Challenges
- Equipment Reset: Getting the Marine Corps Down to Fighting Weight
- The Future of Neuroscience and Neurotechnology
- Bold Ideas- David Brin
- Combating Hizballah’s Global Network
- ICTS: Combating Hizballah's Global Network
- Terrorism in North Africa & the Sahel: Global Reach and Implications
- International Cooperation in Combating Terrorism: Review of 2012 and Outlook for 2013
- Al Gray, Marine
- CReST Fellowship Announcement
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Editors: Michael Swetnam and Tim Sample
- 15th MEU, Peleliu ARG - June 10, 2013 (14:30 - 15:30)
- Ethical Issues in Neuroscience July 23, 2013 (All Day)
Col Campbell, 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit, and CAPT Lobree, Peleliu Armphibious Ready Group, will provide an overview of their eight-month deployement that covered more than 43,000 nautical miles while conducting theater secuity cooperation exercises...
Lydia Robertson, Director of Communications
Sponsored by AAAS and the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies
1200 New York Ave., Washington, DC 20005
Registration is free for all participants - all welcome who are interested in neuroscience and its intersection with policy, ethics and...
RSVP at http://aaaspolicyfellowships.org/ethical-issues-neuroscience
- "Equipment Reset: Getting the Marine Corps Down to Fighting Weight" April 17 April 17, 2013 (15:00 - 16:00)
- ICTS: Combating Hizballah's Global Network April 04, 2013 (12:00 - 14:00)
- Brown Bag Lunch: Featuring CNS Visiting Scholars' Presentations August 09, 2012 (12:00 - 13:00)
- Combating Olympic Terrorism: National and International Lessons July 25, 2012 (12:00 - 14:00)
- Fundamentals of Chinese Information Warfare and Impacts on the Western World May 11, 2012 (12:00 - 14:00)
Equipment Reset: Getting the Marine Corps Down to Fighting Weight, on Wednesday, April 17, 3 - 4 p.m, at Potomac Institute of Policy Studies. Event will be lead by LtGen William M. Faulkner, USMC, Deputy Commandant, Installations and...
Combating Hizballah’s Global Network, Thursday, Apr 4, 12-2
Hosted by Potomac Institute for Policy Studies, Inter-University Center for Terrorism Studies
At the Potomac Institute, 901 N. Stuart St, Ste 200
Inter-University Center for...
Brown-Bag Lunchtime Lecture Series
Thursday, 9. August 2012
2nd Floor Conference Room
CNS Summer Visiting Scholars' Research Lectures
Ilona Brueckmann, Carnegie-Mellon University, PA.
Realities Amongst Myth: Constructs of...
The Potomac Institute for Policy Studies' International Center for Terrorism Studies will host a panel discussion, Combating Olympic Terrorism: National and International Lessons, on Wednesday, July 25, at the Institute. Registration is required. Contact...
The Potomac Institute Cyber Center will host a special program on Fundamentals of Chinese Information Warfare and Impacts on the Western World on Friday, May 11, from 12 noon-2 pm at the Institute, 901 North Stuart Street, Suite 200, Arlington, VA...