Rich Higgins Webinar Tonight: Threat Convergence -- Political Islam, Communism, and Militant Secularism
Ask your own questions of a leading intelligence specialist who served in the Trump administration's National Security Council.
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Threat Convergence -- Political Islam, Communism, and Militant Secularism
Description: The threats of political Islam, communism and militant secularism have converged to create a crisis of epic proportions. Economic, domestic, and international security are all under threat. This discussion will consider the various political forces driving current events and some of the various tactics being utilized including: psychological warfare, pseudo operations, information warfare, bio-chemical warfare and other techniques being observed, as well as their overall objectives.
RICHARD HIGGINS is the Vice President of Unconstrained Analytics. He has spent 20 years combating terrorism and is an expert on the nexus between theological doctrines and information age unconventional warfare. He served on the National Security Council in the Trump Administration as the Director for Strategic Planning. He was removed in 2017 after warning of a deep state coup to remove the President.
Higgins was Vice President of Intelligence & National Security for RED, LLC, a company that develops, tests and evaluates new combat capabilities for special operations, intelligence and irregular warfare missions. From 2011 to 2013, Higgins managed a classified project for Special Operations Command (SOCOM). From 2010 to 2011, he served as the Chair of Special Operations and Low Intensity Conflict at the National Defense University. In 2004, he formed the Department of Defense’s (DOD) Irregular Warfare Support (IWS) program office and served as the organization’s first Program Manager until June 2010. In this role he was directly responsible for the creation of several new strategic and operational capabilities.