Homeland Security After the Election

The Shape of Homeland Security to Come – In HSToday

WASHINGTON, D.C. (PRWEB) October 18, 2004 – On November 2, homeland security will be high on many voters’ minds. It was a key issue during the presidential debate and will be a campaign focus in the days to come.

What can Americans expect in homeland security from each candidate?

HSToday, the monthly magazine for homeland security policymakers and decision makers, examines this significant topic in its October cover story, The Shape of HS to Come.

HSToday canvases the experts, the operatives and the players to see what policies and people John Kerry and George W. Bush would bring to homeland security after the election.

“Rarely have the differences been so stark and the stakes so high in an American election and never more so than in homeland security,” says HSToday Editor David Silverberg. “We wanted to give our readers the clearest possible picture of what the future will likely hold no matter who wins.”

Also in the October issue, HSToday provides snapshots of the people who could step into Tom Ridge’s shoes.

How will Kerry or Bush perform? Get an expert’s view…

For expert homeland security insight on the shape of homeland security under the new administration, HSToday, founding editor, David Silverberg is available for comment. Silverberg’s intimate knowledge of government, defense and politics makes him a leading expert on homeland security topics.

David Silverberg is a respected veteran Washington writer and editor with experience in defense, technology and congressional affairs. From 1999 to 2002, he served as managing editor of the weekly newspaper, The Hill, covering Congress. During that time he authored the book, Congress for Dummies, as part of the popular Dummies series, as a comprehensive and accessible guide to the US Congress. He reported for the respected weekly defense publication, Defense News, where he covered international trade and technology issues. He was editor-at large for Armed Forces Journal International, a respected monthly military publication. In 1998, he conceived, launched and edited the monthly magazine, Military Information Technology. He also served as executive editor of the magazines, Military Training Technology and Missiles & Munitions. His writing has appeared in a variety of publications from the popular to the academic including The Annuals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science.

To arrange an interview with David Silverberg, contact: Associate Publisher, Linda Andersen, at 978-448-3932 or by e-mail at e-mail protected from spam bots.

For daily updates on homeland security developments and subscription information, visit HSToday’s website at www.HSToday.us

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Source :  http://www.prweb.com/releases/2004/10/prweb168635.htm