Enhancing International Collaboration for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism
Publication Date: October 2007
Publisher(s): Heritage Foundation (Washington, D.C.)
Keywords: Homeland defense; counterterrorism; international cooperation; International Assistance Program
Coverage: United States
The United States stands to reap enormous security benefits from improved security abroad. By establishing multinational homeland defense education and training initiatives and mobile training teams similar to the Defense Department's IMET program, the DHS could significantly enhance foreign national homeland security expertise and performance while establishing critical relationships with foreign governments and civilian personnel.