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Redefining Hemispheric Security After September 11

Juan Pablo Soriano and Donald R. Mackay
April 2003
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

This policy paper examines the elements of continuity and change that the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 in the United States had on the process of redefining the inter-American security architecture. The attacks have accelerated a process of re-examination that began to emerge within the inter-American system at the conclusion of what is broadly referred to as the Cold War. This serious and sustained dialogue on hemispheric security and military related issues was driven, in the main, by the Summit of the Americas process and was conducted in a manner that examines both fundamental principles of security as well as institutional responsibilities and their capabilities. In attempting to capture this process, the paper takes a look at the positions of Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Mexico and the United States, as the policies of these countries will have an important impact on the special conference on hemispheric security that the Organization of American States will hold in May 2003.

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