Report on Homeland Security

A panel of government, academic and business leaders sponsored by the Council on Foreign Relations has released a report on homeland security. The report says the United Stations is "dangerously unprepared" to deal with another major terrorist attack. The report cites transportation, food, power, communications, health and banking systems as some of the major areas of vulnerability. Robert Siegel speaks with Council on Foreign Relations Senior Fellow Stephen Flynn about the report.

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