Cooperating Against Terrorism

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The Centre for Asymmetric Threat Studies (CATS) at the Swedish National Defence College organised a workshop at the conference ”Future Challenges for Crisis Management in Europe” in Stockholm, 3-5 May 2006. The conference was hosted by the Swedish Emergency Management Agency (SEMA) and the European Crisis Management Academy (ECMA) and included four parallel workshops, of which the one arranged by CATS was entitled ”Cooperating against terrorism: EU-US relations post September 11”. These conference proceedings present the papers submitted to and discussed at the workshop:

1. Transatlantic Cooperation against Terrorism: Introductory Remarks, by Dan Hansén and Magnus Ranstorp
2. Euro-Atlantic Cooperation Against Terror: A Necessity Not a Choice by John H. Sandrock
3. The Long War: The Transatlantic Rift by Christopher Coker
4. Liaisons Dangereuses? Transatlantic Intelligence Cooperation and the Global War on Terrorism by William Rosenau
5. In Sweden We Called them Freedom Fighters: Historical and Cultural Aspects of Diverging National Attitudes to Counter-terrorism by Wilhelm Agrell
6. The EU-US Partnership in the Area of Counterterrorism: A Multicentric View by Ronald D. Crelinsten
7. Transatlantic Border and Transport Security Cooperation: Can One Swallow Make a Summer? by Patryk Pawlak
8. Al Qaeda in Europe: Policy Priorities after the Iraq War by Peter R. Neumann
9. The Afghan-Bosnian Mujahedeen Network in Europe by Evan F. Kohlmann
10. Iraqi Insurgency: Using the Internet to Exploit Asymmetry and Balance the Battlefield by Afzal Ashraf
11. An Introduction to the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism by Gary LaFree and Kathleen Smarick

Utgivningsår: 2007
ISBN: 978-91-85401-57-4
Format: Mjuk pärm
Sidomfång: 226
Artikelnummer: FHS-05717