Andrew Farrelly published in International Airport Review
January 20, 2017
In discussing how the Trump Administration should address security and passenger facilitation in today’s air travel environment, Andrew Farrelly comments on the importance of smart investments in technology, proper data analysis, and well-coordinated foreign partnerships. These partnerships can be challenging to manage at times due to the differences in federal structures, legal authorities, and perspectives on the balance of privacy and security between the U.S. and its foreign partner nations. Nevertheless, these partnerships yield highly beneficial intelligence sharing and cooperation in the fight against global terrorism and are worth the complex negotiations and tactful diplomacy needed to forge them. Developed and managed properly, they allow the U.S. and its allies to have secure, efficient travel flows that support their respective economies.