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The Asian Energy Challenge and Implications for OECD-Asia, the United States, and Europe 
European Responses to Terrorism: Costs of Public Security
21 Mar - 26 Mar, 2006
 Completing the Doha Round: Bridging the Agricultural Divide

Faculty:
François Heisbourg (Chair) - Director, Fondation pour la Recherche Stratégique, Paris, former Senior Vice President Strategic Development at MATRA-Defense-Espace, Paris.
Randy Beardsworth - Assistant Secretary, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Policy, Planning, and International Affairs Directorate. Washington, DC
Jean- Louis Bruguiere - Vice President, Tribunal de Grande Instance, Paris
Gilles De Kerchove d'Ousselghem - Director, Justice and Home Affairs General Directorate, General Secretariat of the Council of the European Union, Brussels
Benita Ferrero-Waldner - Commissioner for External Relations and the European Neighbourhood Policy, European Commission, Brussels; former Austrian Foreign Minister
Robert Kiley - Former Commissioner of Transport, Transport for London, London
Juan Fernando Lopez Aguilar - Spanish Minister of Justice, Ministry of Justice, Madrid
Jamie Shea - Director, Policy Planning, Private Office of the Secretary General, NATO Headquarters, Brussels

Abstract:
In an intensified effort to curb terrorist activity in Europe, governments have instituted new policies and programs at local, national and transnational levels. These measures involve tightened border controls, greater internal security, increased intergovernmental co-operation and monitoring financial transactions as a means of restricting terrorist financing. This session will review these measures with particular attention on those issues where there is a perceived or real lapse in implementation. The session will identify the political, social, bureaucratic and legal dynamics that have hindered Europe's anti-terrorist measures, ranging from economic implications to the need to balance public security with civil liberties. Session participants will also provide perspectives from other countries dealing with the terrorist threat, including a critical analysis of the comparative effectiveness of "homeland security" in the United States.

Session Faculty

Jamie Shea
 
Juan Fernando Lopez Aguilar

 


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