Below is a transcript of Ford Rowan’s presentation of at a conference sponsored by the Inter-University Center for Terrorism Studies and the Potomac Institute on March 31, 2022. I welcome the opportunity to talk about genocide...Read More
Author: Ford Rowan
I sympathize with the people of Ukraine. I hope they survive and defeat the aggressors from Russia. But great care is needed to avoid widening the war. My concern has to do with nuclear war. The challenges are two-fold....Read More
Communication in COVID-19 at the Potomac Institute and International Law Institute webinar on 29 April 2021
Presentation by Ford Rowan. I appreciate the opportunity to talk about a subject I have grappled with since 1965 when I became a reporter. I reported for 20 years before practicing law and consulting on risk management. The...Read More
The most important happening in the last week of the Trump Administration is that something did NOT happen. The outgoing president did not pardon any of the persons who attacked the Capital. This cleared the way for the Justice...Read More
The mob that stormed the U.S. Capitol quickly overwhelmed the Capitol police. How could law enforcement be so unprepared when the demonstrations were announced many days ago? The protest was brewing publicly for weeks. Just...Read More
Recent Insights Into COVID-19
Uncertainty, Disunity and Injustice
A conversation between psychoanalyst Ed Shapiro and journalist/humanitarian Ford Rowan about Uncertainty, Disunity and Injustice.
A Dialog on How We Can Heal
With The Right Rev. Eugene Taylor Sutton, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland.
Webinar: Beyond Isolation
Returning to an Undistanced Workplace During COVID-19
Weathering the Storm
The Coronavirus outbreak has renewed interest in ways that organizations can “weather the storm” if cases multiply.
Here’s a study that the NCCIA participated in producing.