Countering terror: new directions post '911'
|Collections||ANU Strategic and Defence Studies Centre (SDSC)|
|Title:||Countering terror: new directions post '911'|
|Publisher:||Canberra : Strategic and Defence Studies Centre, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University, 2003.|
|Series/Report no.:||Canberra papers on strategy and defence: No. 147|
The essays in this book were originally presented as speeches to the SDSC conference "Post 11 September - New Directions, held on 11 September 2002. They assess where counter-terrorism efforts are, and should be, headed as a consequence of the attacks on the US homeland and the initiation of the "war on terror. Several interesting themes emerge, including the prospects for the American-led campaign against global terrorism, security threats in Southeast Asia, and the strategic implications for Australia. Contributors include the Secretary of the Commonwealth Attorney General's Department, Robert Cornall; Executive Director of the Australian Bureau of Criminal Intelligence, Dr Grant Wardlaw; four members of the SDSC, Professor Paul Dibb AM, Professor Desmond Ball, Dr Coral Bell and Dr Ron Huisken; as well as two leading authorities on Southeast Asia, Dr Greg Fealy and Dr John Funston. The book is edited by Clive Williams MG, and Dr Brendan Taylor.
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