Terrorism and Asymmetric Conflict in Southwest Asia

Terrorism and Asymmetric Conflict in Southwest Asia

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On June 23-25, 2002, RAND's Center for Middle East Public Policy and the Geneva Center for Security Policy held a workshop on terrorism and asymmetric conflict in Southwest Asia. Discussions were organized around four themes: military lessons from the Afghan campaign, terrorism and asymmetric warfare, regional dimensions of the conflict, and Euro-Atlantic relations in Southwest Asia. Although the United States and Europe share similar interests in relation to Southwest Asia, they have adopted divergent tactics toward the region.