Embassy Security Tightened as Terror War Goes On NPR's Susan Stamberg talks with Ambassador Francis X. Taylor about how terrorist threats have changed the business of American diplomacy. Taylor is assistant secretary of state for Diplomatic Security at the State Department and says diplomatic work goes on despite new security risks.
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Embassy Security Tightened as Terror War Goes On

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Embassy Security Tightened as Terror War Goes On

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Embassy Security Tightened as Terror War Goes On

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NPR's Susan Stamberg talks with Ambassador Francis X. Taylor about how terrorist threats have changed the business of American diplomacy. Taylor is assistant secretary of state for Diplomatic Security at the State Department and says diplomatic work goes on despite new security risks.