Challenges and Opportunities for Counterterrorism Cooperation in South Asia and the Horn of Africa

August 11, 2011Alistair Millar joined us for a discussion on counterterrorism efforts in South Asia and the Horn of Africa.  Mr. Millar is founder and director of the Center on Global Counterterrorism Cooperation. He teaches graduate level courses on counterterrorism and US foreign policy at The Johns Hopkins University, and is also a nonresident Senior Fellow at The George Washington University Homeland Security Policy Institute.

 To what degree does regional counterterrorism cooperation help address threats in South Asia and the Horn of Africa?  Are US resources being used effectively to promote cooperative counterterrorism efforts? What more can the US do to improve international counterterrorism efforts in both regions?


Security for a New Century is a nonpartisan discussion group for Congress. We meet regularly with U.S. and international policy professionals to discuss the post-Cold War and post-9/11 security environment. All discussions are OFF-THE-RECORD. It is not an advocacy venue. The series is co-sponsored by Senators Richard Lugar (R – IN) and Ben Nelson (D – NE). 

Please RSVP to Mark Yarnell at [email protected] or (202) 224-7560.




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