NPR News Special: How Can We Make America Safe From Terrorism?


Clint Van Zandt
* Former FBI agent (25 years)
* President, Van Zandt and Associates

Lee Hamilton
* Director, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
* Former Member, US Commission on National Security in the 21st Century
* Former Democratic Congressman from Indiana

L. Paul Bremer
* Managing Director and Senior Advisor, Political and emerging Risks at MMC
Enterprise Risk (a division of Marsh & McLennan, an insurance brokers)
* Former Chairman, National Commission on Terrorism

Major Charles Heyman
* Editor, Jane's World's Armies (900 page reference book on armies)
* Defense Analyst
* Former, Officer in British Army

In response to the unprecedented terrorist attack on the U.S., NPR News will continue to bring you special coverage all week long. We'll have the latest updates from New York and Washington, interviews with newsmakers and analysts and hear from NPR reporters around the world.

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