Highlights

Mark Danner: Terrorism has become intertwined with American domestic politics, which is exactly what terrorists want

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12:02

Stephen Walt: Many of our politicians are blowing the actual danger posed by terrorism out of proportion

32:14
37:45

Suzanne Nossel on what it means to use "smart power," a phrase she coined

38:40
41:37

Rachel Kleinfeld on the three levels of counterterrorism strategy: communication, domestic policy, and foreign policy

49:02
53:30

Understanding how terrorism originates, and developing counterterrorism strategies that don't create more terrorists

61:23
67:45

New counterterrorism strategies: increasing human intelligence, engaging states on a diplomatic rather than military level

68:02

Jon Soltz: Putting boots on the ground in the Middle East would require hundreds of thousands of troops

77:02
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