Future Sites of Terrorism


Guests:

Michele Flournoy
* former strategic planner for the Defense Department under President Clinton

* Senior Adviser, Center for Strategic and International Studies International Security Program

* co-author of To Prevail: An American Strategy for the Campaign Against Terrorism

Dana Dillon
* Retired major, U.S. Army specialist on Southeast Asia

* Southeast Asia Policy Analyst in the Heritage Foundation's Asian Studies Center

Lawrence Korb
* Vice President and Maurice R. Greenberg Chair, Director of Studies and Director of National Security Studies, Council on Foreign Relations

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Sen. Charles Grassley (R-Iowa)

As military action in Afghanistan winds down, the U.S. turns its attention to other countries. There are terrorists active in some 60 nations. What tactics are appropriate for each one? How wide should the the net be cast? And what strategies can the United States borrow from the conflict in Afghanistan?

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