United Nations and the Fight Against Terrorism: Hearing and Briefing Before the Subcommittee on International Terrorism and Nonproliferation of the Committee on International Relations, House of Representatives, One Hundred Ninth Congress, March 17, 2005
United States. Government Printing Office
From the opening statement of Edward R. Royce: "A priority for the International Relations Committee in this 109th Congress is reform at the United Nations, and today we will look at a long overlooked issue, which is the United Nations role in fighting terrorism. We will be looking at what the U.N. is doing, how well is it doing it, what should it be doing to meet the grave challenge of international terrorism, and is the U.N. worth reform efforts in this area? U.N. Security Council General Kofi Annan is emphasizing U.N. efforts to combat terrorism. Last week, speaking at an international summit on terrorism in Madrid, Annan laid out what he called a principled, comprehensive strategy to fight terrorism globally. The Secretary-General seems to understand the centrality of fighting terrorism to world security. Fighting terrorism is certainly central to our Nations security." Statements, letters, and materials submitted for the record include those of the following: Edward R. Royce, Victor D. Combras, Anne Bayefsky, and Stephen J. Stedman.
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    United States. Government Printing Office
  • Report Number
    Serial No. 109-20
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    Public Domain
  • Retrieved From
    Government Printing Office, Federal Digital System: www.gpo.gov/fdsys/
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    Terrorism--Prevention--International cooperation
    Security, International
    War on Terrorism (2001-2009)
    Qaida (Organization)
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    Congressional hearings and testimony

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