Terrorist Financing

Task Force Report No. 40

Terrorist Financing

After an initially robust attempt to curtail financing for international terrorism, the Bush administration’s current efforts are strategically inadequate to assure the sustained results needed to protect U.S. security. This is the core finding of a bipartisan commission chaired by Maurice R. Greenberg, chairman and chief executive officer of AIG, and directed by two former National Security Council officials who are experts in the field, William F. Wechsler and Lee S. Wolosky.

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Tackling Terrorist Financing

Speaker: David Cohen
Presider: Celina B. Realuyo

As the administration begins its second year in office, please join David S. Cohen to discuss the U.S. government's greatest challenges and priorities in disrupting terrorist financing, particularly in Afghanistan and Pakistan.


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