In light of the recent suicide bombing at a CIA camp in Afghanistan and the bombing attempt on a flight bound to Detroit International Airport on Christmas Day, it might seem that some re-evaluation of the United State’s foreign policy is in order. In our first hour, Marc and panel discuss what is being done and what could be done to improve the international dialogue.
This hour’s panel included:
- Charles ‘Sam’ Faddis, a retired CIA OPS officer and author of Beyond Repair: The Decline and Fall of the CIA. Sam is also president of Orion Strategic Services, a consulting firm providing training in areas of counterterrorism, counterintellegence and WoMD.
- Phyllis Bennis, author of Ending the U.S. War In Afghanistan: A Primer and fellow of the Institute for Policy Studies.
- Juan Cole, author of Engaging the Muslim World.