“A Series on the Realities of Global Terrorism”

Charles E. Berger is the Assistant Special Agent-in-Charge at the Federal Bureau of Investigation, New York Field Office. A 17-year Bureau veteran, Mr. Berger specializes in counterterrorism and national security and concurrently serves as a National Intelligence Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations. Prior to joining the FBI, Mr. Berger served as a US Navy Flight Officer for 12 years. Mr. Berger has written extensively on national security, most recently co-writing Guaranteeing America’s Security in the Twenty-First Century, a guide to national security for practitioners. He holds degrees from the U.S. Naval Academy, University of Maryland University College, and U.S. Naval War College.

The seminar is co-chaired by Nancy Walbridge-Collins and Austin Long.

To RSVP, email the seminar’s rapporteur, Jennifer Robards, at defensesecurity@columbia.edu