Maritime, Cyber Security 'Ripe' For Greater Cooperation In Persian Gulf, DoD Official Says

Host, Pat
October 2014
Defense Daily;10/1/2014, p2
Market Research Report
The article reports on U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Middle East Policy Matthew Spence's statement that calls for greater cooperation in the Persian Gulf in maritime security, integrated and missile defense and cyber security. Topics discussed include greater cooperation as a long-term approach to address the immediate needs of the Middle East, and the international mine countermeasure exercise slated on October 27, 2014.


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