Security in South Asia After the Mumbai Terror Attacks

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Title: Security in South Asia After the Mumbai Terror Attacks
Creators: Karim, Lt. Gen. Mohd Aminul
Contributors: Mann, Melanie
Keywords: India
South Asia
Issue Date: 2009-01-16
Publisher: Ohio State University. Mershon Center for International Security Studies
Abstract: Lt. Gen. Mohd Aminul Karim is a Visiting Scholar at the Mershon Center in January 2009. He is studying security issues in South Asia, including the roles of China and India in relation to national security in Bangladesh. Lt. Gen. Karim is the Commandant at the National Defense College, a military institution in Dhaka, Bangladesh. He also served as the Military Secretary to the President of Bangladesh, Iazuddin Ahmed. During the presentation, Lt. Gen. Karim will speak about security in South Asia after the Mumbai terror attacks, covering counter-terrorism, transnational crime, and geopolitics.
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