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10th Anniversary National Security Australia 2012: Pre-event interview with Matthew Hoh

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For more information, go to The 10th Anniversary National Security 2012 will feature presentations from leading Australian and international security experts charged with the crucial task of protecting the nation's citizens from the hidden internal and external hazards that threaten Australian society.


We had the opportunity to speak with Matthew Hoh, Senior Fellow for the Center for International Policy and Former US Marine Officer and US State Department Official. He will be speaking at the event on the 29th February and 1st March in Melbourne. Hear what he had to say.

1. How effective do you feel the current strategies in Afghanistan are in reducing the threat of terrorism in the area?

2. What do you feel is the current state of the war in Afghanistan and what are the implications on countries involved such as Australia?

3. What counter-terrorism strategies have been effective and what do you feel is the way forward in the region?

4. You will be speaking at the 10th Anniversary National Security Australia Conference 2012, on 29th February & 1st March in Melbourne.  What will be the highlight of your presentation?

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