The Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies hosted the Sir Stanley Tomlinson Memorial Lecture, at the University of Nottingham It was given by Lt.General Arif Hassan, Military Secretary of the Pakistan Army, on the subject: Pakistan in the shadow of International Terrorism
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The Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies (IAPS) http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/iaps
In 1996, a bequest commemorating Sir Stanley Tomlinson facilitated a series of high-profile public lectures and student prizes. IAPS also organises an annual research seminar series, and has recently launched a reading group that brings together staff and students to discuss key texts in Asian studies.
Ahead of the lecture, Professor Richard Aldrich, Head of School, School of Politics and International Relations, provided me with some background websites for intelligence, terrorism or low intensity conflict [a little homework] >>>
University of British Columbia Library IR resources list
Jafee Centre for Strategic Studies resources list
The Revolution in Military Affairs Debate
Professor Philip Taylor's International Communications site
The Federation of American Scientists
Articles from the Harvard International Review
IWS - The Information Warfare Site
John Pike's GlobalSecurity.org
Muskingum College's Literature of Intelligence
Maxwell Air University defence biliographies by subject
And, further reading :: an earlier post on Indymedia at: http://indymedia.org.uk/en/regions/nottinghamshire/2005/10/325673.html
describing some of the worries that many people have about the general's background and, countries that have aquiesed to the United States directives on terrorism matters.
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