Northern Exposure: The Right Way to Address U.S.-Canadian Counterterrorism
Publication Date: February 2008
Publisher(s): Heritage Foundation (Washington, D.C.)
Author(s): James Jay Carafano
Keywords: Homeland defense; department of homeland security; border security; homeland security
To achieve a broader defense structure and implement policies that do not involve adding additional layers of bureaucracy to an already congested problem, the U.S. and Canada should focus on better coordination on visa policies and trade security, increased cross-border law enforcement, enhanced cooperation in maritime security, and renewed efforts to spur private development of cross-border infrastructure.