Civil-Military Responses to Terrorism (Global) (MASL # P179018)
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The Center for Civil-Military Relations (CCMR) offers a two-week ‘Regional Defense Counterterrorism Fellowship Program (CT Fellowship) course entitled “Civil-Military Responses to Terrorism.” Programs for global audiences will be conducted in Monterey, CA. The key objectives of the course of instruction are to: (1) support international understanding of the politico-military components of combating international terrorism; and (2) enhance the capabilities of coalition partners to develop effective short- and long-term programs to combat terrorism that are consistent with democratic principles.
MASL # P179018
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