A top member of the Obama administration begins a visit to the Middle East Sunday to discuss global security.
U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano will travel to Saudi Arabia to meet with top security officials about counter-terrorism, counter-radicalization and infrastructure protection.
She will also talk to businesswomen about the importance of education and public service.
Napolitano will travel on Monday to the United Arab Emirates. There she will discuss ways to bolster global aviation security with her Middle Eastern counterparts and officials of the International Civil Aviation Organization.