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Policy Briefing
How has the terrorism threat changed 20 years after 9/11? A view from Australia

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Monday, 27 September 2021
 09:00 - 09:45


Roger Noble
Ambassador for Counter-Terrorism, Australia


Amanda Paul
Senior Policy Analyst, European Policy Centre

Twenty years after the 9/11 terrorist attacks and the global war on terror, international cooperation to combat terrorism has significantly increased. Australia cooperates closely with regional and international partners in counter-terrorism efforts, particularly when it comes to combatting terrorism financing, recruitment and networking. Australia has also played a key role in international counter-terrorism operations, including being part of the Global Coalition against Daesh. 
Ambassador Noble has a wealth of experience, most recently as Head of Military Strategic Commitments in the Australian Department of Defence. Ambassador Noble was previously Deputy Chief of Joint Operations and Deployments to Iraq, and Deputy Coalition Land Force Commander of the International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan, and Deputy Commanding General of the US Army – Pacific. Ambassador Noble will focus on a number of key questions, including:
  • How successful have international efforts been in tackling terrorism?
  • What have been the greatest failures and what lessons have been learned?
  •  How great a threat is terrorism for Australia today and how has the country tackled homegrown terrorism?
  •  How effective has regional cooperation been?
  •  What are the key elements in Australia-EU counter-terrorism cooperation?
The Briefing will be moderated by EPC Senior Policy Analyst Amanda Paul.

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