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Northern Gauntlet: Michigan's Homeland Security Advantage for America

Christopher Ford , Christopher Sands , Tevi Troy , John P. Walters & Hanns Kuttner

Hudson has focused on three critical areas of Michigan’s strength and U.S. vulnerability: biodefense, cybersecurity, and border-related security. The report identifies a series of concrete areas and actions that could leverage the comparative advantages of Michigan’s strategic location, research and production capabilities, existing homeland security facilities and assets, its people and networks to meet threats in these domains.

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