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Message from CACI Executive Chairman Dr. J.P. (Jack) London – Welcome to Asymmetricthreat.net

We are pleased to announce this new website - Asymmetricthreat.net - launched in conjunction with the third in a series of CACI's co-sponsored symposia on Dealing with Today's Asymmetric Threat, held at Fort Myer, VA on March 24. This website is intended to be a central repository for information about a topic that is vitally important to the security of our nation. It's where you'll find an extensive collection of articles, news stories, links and resource information on key experts, as well as full reports on our symposia.

At its most basic level, asymmetric threats or warfare refers to conflicts in which the relative military power of combatants differs considerably. This website is designed to provide a wider understanding of asymmetric threats and advance the dialogue on the national and global security measures needed to counter them. The site will serve as the go-to source for fact-based resources and original research on pertinent themes and events.

The third symposium was on the subject of "smart power" and was co-sponsored by the U.S. Naval Institute (USNI). The first conference (co-sponsored by the National Defense University) was on the need for a national strategy to deal with asymmetric threats. The second session (co-sponsored by USNI) was on "soft power."

The symposia have attracted an array of guests from government agencies and civilian organizations, assembled with the common purpose of developing new thinking on achieving an overarching national strategy that will effectively counter the threats posed by our enemies. These experts attending the sessions have focused on concrete approaches to structural, procedural and resource changes needed to realign the elements of national power against very savvy, very adaptable adversaries.

CACI's organization of these conferences, in coordination with our respected partners, expands national and global thinking, promotes new approaches for solving 21st century problems and continues our service in support of America's highest national priorities.

We welcome your participation! Please visit the website regularly and let us know your comments and suggestions through the convenient feedback feature.

Many thanks for your interest!

Dr. J.P. (Jack) London
CACI Executive Chairman,
Chairman of the Board