The International Fight Against Terrorism: A Colloquium on the Prospects for Further Cooperation Between the European Union and the United States
Members of the European Commission, European Parliament and Council of the EU joined colleagues and counterparts from the U.S. Congress, Department of Justice and Department of Homeland Security for a colloquium focusing on a range of transcendent issues in the international fight against terrorism, including common challenges and achievements, data mining, and the conflict between freedom of the individual and governmental measures taken to protect civil society.
White, Rebecca H.; Johnson, C. Donald; Joris, Tony; Faull, Jonathan; Rosenzweig, Paul; de Vries, Gijs; Richard, Mark; in't Veld, Sophie; Hutchinson, Asa; Lambrinidis, Stavros; Horvath, Jane; Marshall, Jim; Ludford, Sarah; Lebl, Leslie; Baltazar, Telmo; Verhulst, Stefaan; and Wilner, Gabriel M., "The International Fight Against Terrorism: A Colloquium on the Prospects for Further Cooperation Between the European Union and the United States" (2007). Colloquia. Paper 7.
International Fight Against Terrorism Colloquium Program
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