Terrorism in Central and South Asia

Terrorism in Central and South Asia
  • 25 janeiro 2002
  • 09:00 - 18:00


Prof. Narana Coissoró


The Fight against Terrorism after September 11:

Prof. Michael A. Scaperlanda
University of Oklahoma – USA


India's Prespective:

Mr. M. J. Akbar
Editor in Chief of The Asian Age, New Delhi

Coffee Break


Terrorism in Central and South Asia: A Pakistani Perspective:

Prof. Zafar Iqbal Cheema
St. Antony's College, Oxford


Mesa Redonda:


Moderador: Prof. Narana Coissoró
Mr. Mikahil Gorbachev (Embassy of Russia in Lisbon)
Prof. Michael A. Scaperlanda
Mr. M. J. Akbar


Sessão de Encerramento:

Sua Ex.a O Ministro da Defesa Nacional
Dr. Rui Pena

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