Asfandyar Mir on Balancing Counterterrorism and Strategic Competition

May 20, 2024 00:08:32
Asfandyar Mir on Balancing Counterterrorism and Strategic Competition
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Asfandyar Mir on Balancing Counterterrorism and Strategic Competition

May 20 2024 | 00:08:32

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Show Notes

As terror threats emanating from Afghanistan and Pakistan rise, many may see counterterrorism as a distraction from other U.S. priorities, such as competition with China and Russia. But investment in counterterrorism can work “preventively, to shield the strategic competition agenda,” says USIP’s Asfandyar Mir.  

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