IUCTS Hosts Post 9/11: Twenty Years of Multilateral Counter-Terrorism Cooperation

Two decades after 9/11, terrorism continues to cause instability and political conflicts in many countries and regions of the world. Recently, the United Nations began its annual General Assembly session in September 2021, and placed discussion items on its agenda regarding combating and eliminating terrorism as well as maintaining international peace and security.

Effective multilateral counter-terrorism cooperation requires increased international alliances of like-minded nations through diplomacy and other measures to successfully respond to potential conventional and non-conventional terrorist threats in the remainder of the 21st Century.

In this context, the Inter-University Center for Terrorism Studies (IUCTS), the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies (PIPS), the International Law Institute (ILI), and other academic partners organized the virtual academic Forum on “Post 9/11: Twenty Years of Multilateral Counter-Terrorism Cooperation” held on September 09, 2021.This event is the latest Forum on inter-disciplinary health and security threats mounted within the academic framework of 2021 programs.

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