GRI Distinguished Senior Fellow weighs in on intelligence-sharing networks after Manchester Arena bombing
by GRI, GRI
May 26, 2017
“On Thursday, British officials announced that police investigating the Manchester Arena bombing had stopped sharing information with the U.S., frustrated by leaks to the media.” -News@Northeastern
Peter Neffenger, a Global Resilience Institute Distinguished Senior Fellow and former administrator of the Transportation Security Administration weighed in on what this would mean.
“The U.K. and U.S. intel-sharing agreement is one of the strongest, one of the most robust, and one of the longest-standing in the world,” he said. “We’ll survive this.”
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