Dissecting the White House Terrorism Report

The Bush administration on Tuesday released a report outlining its steps to fight terrorism across the globe. The 23-page report is seen as an effort to counter critics of the Bush administration's strategies to deal with the rise in international terrorism, which they say have made Americans less safe.

Brian Jenkins, a senior adviser at the Rand Corporation, talks with Alex Chadwick.



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