Counter-terrorism forum won’t create immediate solutions

Counter-terrorism forum won’t create immediate solutions

A global security expert says the public should not expect solutions from a counter-terrorism summit being held in Australia this week.

The Regional Summit to Counter Violent Extremism will be attended by regional ministers, as well as representatives from the US, China, the UN and the European Union.

Head of RMIT’s School of Global Studies Professor Joseph Siracusa says while we can learn from other countries, the issues that encourage violent extremism will take generations to remove.

Listen to more of what Professor Siracusa had to say.


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