December 2015


Security in an Era of Open Borders: Implications of the Paris Attacks


Please join the French-American Foundation for a luncheon and panel discussion focused on the implications of the November Paris attacks for national security and immigration in France, the United States, and Europe. 

A panel of leading experts, including former U.S. Attorney General Michael Mukasey and former NYPD Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly, will weigh in on the scale and scope of the terrorism threat the United States and Europe currently face; the evolving modus operandi of ISIS, as revealed by the Paris attacks; and the measures world leaders may be forced to take, in terms of national security, to successfully respond to this terrorism threat. In what ways will these measures affect civil liberties, information sharing between countries and allies, immigration, and the European project as a whole?


For more information, please contact Ilana Adleson at [email protected].


Organized with the generous support of:

Official airline of the French-American Foundation


Debevoise & Plimpton LLP 
919 Third Avenue
New York City, NY 10022