SECURITY, FREEDOM AND THE COMPLEX TERRORIST THREAT: POSITIVE STEPS AHEAD
On June 7th, the Honourable Hugh Segal, Conservative Senator and Chair of the Special Senate Committee on Anti-Terrorism, gave a talk at the University of Ottawa. In his address, Senator Segal discussed the committee’s report, entitled “Security, Freedom and the Complex Terrorist Threat: Positive Steps Ahead”. The Special Senate Committee on Anti-Terrorism, created in May 2010 to study matters relating to anti-terrorism, released its interim report in March 2011. This event was presented by the Centre for International Policy Studies (CIPS) as part of the National Security Research Project at the University of Ottawa.