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'Foreign Policy' Creates Terrorism Index

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'Foreign Policy' Creates Terrorism Index

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'Foreign Policy' Creates Terrorism Index

'Foreign Policy' Creates Terrorism Index

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Foreign Policy magazine releases a survey of 100 experts on how they perceive the war on terrorism. The magazine polled national security analysts, former heads of major government agencies, retired military, intelligence veterans, journalists and scholars to create what it calls the terrorism index.

Guest:

Mike Boyer, senior editor of Foreign Policy magazine; spearheaded terrorism index

Jessica Stern, lecturer on terrorism at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government; author of Terror in the Name of God; served on the National Security Council staff during the Clinton administration

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