In this edition of The Hunt with WTOP National Security Director J.J. Green, Ambassador Melvyn Levitsky, professor of international policy and practice at the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan, said “respect” plays a key role.
Africa has a terrorism problem that could impact the U.S. and its allies. In this episode of “The Hunt,” Maj. Gen. Roger Cloutier talked about how the U.S. military is making a difference.
The terrorism picture for the end of 2018: Where does it stand? In this week’s edition of The Hunt, the deputy director of George Washington University’s program on extremism breaks it down with WTOP national security correspondent J.J. Green
January ushers in a new year, but the U.S. will still be trying to solve a problem that has plagued it for decades: terrorism. Listen to this week’s episode of “The Hunt” with WTOP’s national security correspondent J.J. Green.
WTOP’s National Security correspondent J.J. Green looks back on all that he’s learned in the making of his series “Assassin’s Inc.” and offers his analysis of the facts.
Bruce Alexander, president of Security One solutions, talks to WTOP National Security correspondent J.J. Green on the difference and similarity between acts of terrorism and mass shootings such as the one in Thousand Oaks, California.
On the 100 year anniversary of the end of World War I, WTOP’s National Security Correspondent J.J. Green takes a look at the significance of that war.
In this week’s edition of “The Hunt” with WTOP National Security Correspondent J.J. Green, Robin Simcox, Margaret Thatcher fellow at the Heritage Foundation, noted that a case of actual ricin use in Europe in May could have created the opportunity for lone wolves in the U.S. to learn how to use the deadly poison.
Were the mail bombs sent out last week and the mass shooting at the Pittsburgh synagogue triggered by the political rhetoric? WTOP National Security Correspondent J.J. Green takes a look in this week’s episode of “The Hunt.”
The mysterious nature of Russian oligarch Mikhail Y. Lesin’s death in 2015 still bothers many intelligence and law enforcement officials because of concerns that it might have actually been a Kremlin assassination on U.S. soil. Here’s the last installment of WTOP’s “Assassins Inc.: The Kremlin’s secret squad of killers” series.
Russian journalist Arkady Babchenko got a visit at his Kiev apartment from Ukraine’s security Services (SBU). He said they informed him, “I was under threat of assassination by the secret services of the Russian Federation.” Twenty-seven days later, he lay on the floor of his kitchen, coughing up blood, having been shot through by an assassin’s bullet.
In the WTOP series “Assassins Inc.: The Kremlin’s secret squad of killers,” national security correspondent J.J. Green interviewed dozens of people, including victims, diplomats, journalists, U.S. intelligence, U.S. law enforcement officials and others were interviewed to gain a better understanding of how a deadly ring of assassins linked to the Kremlin operates.
Terrorists have been relatively quiet, but they’re not just sitting on their hands. In this week’s edition of The Hunt with WTOP national security correspondent J.J. Green, the Heritage Foundation’s Robin Simcox says they’re hard at work trying to come up with new methods of attack.
Fred Burton, author of “Beirut Rules: The Murder of a CIA Station Chief and Hezbollah’s War Against America,” explains to WTOP National Security Correspondent J.J. Green why he wrote the book.
On this week’s edition of The Hunt with WTOP national security correspondent J.J. Green, an international relations professor says the U.S. is relatively safe and needs to get out of Afghanistan.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.
JJ Green reports daily on international security, intelligence, foreign policy, terrorism and cyber developments. He also provides regular on-air analysis and guidance on global security matters.