Newswise — Americans woke up Wednesday morning to news of yet another terrorist attack in a public space in Europe. Although it is still uncertain whether the attack was coordinated by ISIS or another terrorist group, it is clear the recent string of terrorist attacks in Europe will have significant impacts on international travel, the relationship between the United States and its European allies, and national security concerns both in the United States and across Europe.
To help make sense of the continuing terrorist threat and its implications on national security here at home, Dr. Danny Davis of the Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University, is available to the media for interviews and other requests.
A senior lecturer at the Bush School, Dr. Davis’ areas of expertise include terrorism, counterterrorism, cybersecurity, security policy, and military history. Since 2006, Davis has worked extensively with the military in the homeland security enterprise and force generation. During a twenty-year Army career, Lieutenant Colonel (Ret) Davis served in a variety of command and staff positions in airborne, ranger, and Special Forces units.