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Is US policy preventing, or encouraging, terror?

June 06, 2013 10:48

Members of a police SWAT team talk to a man while conducting a door-to-door search for 19-year-old Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev on April 19, 2013 in Watertown.(AFP Photo / Spencer Platt)

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In this episode of Worlds Apart, Oksana Boyko challenges a senior Republican Dana Rohrabacher on the US flexibility in defining and fighting terrorism. They then discuss US foreign policy and whether it fuels terror attacks and recruitment. The program wraps up with a discussion about the FBI's shooting of Ibrahim Todashev, a suspect who was being questioned in connection with the Tsarnaev brothers and the Boston Marathon bombing.


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Comments (22)


Ian 12.09.2013 14:39

Rohrbacher is part of the reason why the US is the biggest danger, behind climate change, to modern civilization

Anonymous user 08.07.2013 04:05

could have asked about his views on al q rebels in Syria, opposition in US Congress to arming them

Anonymous user 16.06.2013 22:35

native american observation 'white men speak with double tongue'

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