Terrorism and the Multilateral Response

Terrorism and the Multilateral Response

Terrorism and the Multilateral Response

Jean-Paul Laborde offers his comments

International cooperation has been a significant component of efforts to curtail terrorist activity the world over.  From the collaborative work of the G7, to organizations such as the United Nations, the EU and NATO, one could suggest that multilateral security cooperation is playing an essential role in combating terrorism and violent extremism.

Karen Greenberg engages with the panelists

Now, nearly six months following the most recent G7 Summit in Ise-Shima, Japan, and focusing on regional stability in the Middle East and North Africa, the NCAFP, with the support of the Consulate General of Japan in New York convened a panel of distinguished experts on November 17 to explore and assess the progress made by international institutions in combating global terrorism and building an effective multilateral security apparatus.

Gideon Rose engages with NCAFP guests

Gideon Rose, Jean-Paul Laborde, Takako Hikotani and Karen Greenberg weighed in on the future of combating terror, spending a few moments also discussing the potential foreign policies of the new presidential administration in the United States.

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