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Understanding Security In Pakistan’s Tribal Areas

Understanding Security

In Pakistan’s Tribal Areas

Col. (Ret.) Thomas Wilhelm

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

4:30 – 6:00 p.m.

At

The Westminster Institute

6729 Curran Street, McLean, VA 22101

RSVP: info@westminster-institute.org

Colonel (retired) Tom Wilhelm is the director of the Foreign Military Studies Office, a U.S. government open-source research organization that focuses on foreign perspectives of defense and security issues. He has served as associate dean for Eurasian studies and faculty member with the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies, as defense attaché in Mongolia and Tajikistan, and in arms control and military command and staff assignments in Europe and the United States. During his military service, Colonel Wilhelm served as the Director of Defense Resources for the Office of Military Cooperation-Afghanistan and the Chief of Ground Forces Liaison with Office of the Defense Representative-Pakistan. He has participated as a guest of the Pakistan’s Frontier Corps to study security forces in Pakistan’s Federally Administered Tribal Areas and Northwest Frontier Province, and continues to examine this subject and lecture on it.

The Westminster Institute

6729 Curran Street

McLean, VA 22101

Tel. 1-703-288-2885

www.westminster-institute.org

Katharine Cornell Gorka, Executive Director

kcg@westminster-institute.org

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