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Monday, June 24
Conversation with Robert Zarate  
 


Monday, June 17
Conversation with David Nasaw
 


 
 

DANGER ZONE
is hosted by retired U. S. Ambassador Dick Carlson, former director of the Voice of America and a long-time journalist, winner of dozens of awards including the George Foster Peabody Award and four "Emmys".
 
Bill Cowan is a
Fox News contributer and an internationally acknowledged expert in areas of terrorism, homeland security, intelligence and military special operations.
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Dr. Renee Garfinkel
is widely published in the fields of peace making, terrorism, religion and a range of human behavior and development issues.
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DAVID FINKEL
David Finkel is a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist at the Washington Post. He is the author of The Good Soldier In January 2007, President George W. Bush announced a new strategy for Iraq. He called it "the surge. Among those listening to the Presidents call for a redoubling of our efforts in Iraq were the young, optimistic army infantry soldiers of the 2-16, the battalion nicknamed the Rangers. About to head to a vicious area of Baghdad, they decided the difference would be them. Fifteen months later, the soldiers returned home forever changed. Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post reporter David Finkel was with them in Bagdad almost every grueling step of the way. His book ‘The Good Soldier’ is a vivid account of what he saw, experienced and learned from his travels with the men of the 2-16.
 

DAVID MAKOVSKY
David Makovsky and Ambassador Dennis Ross co-authored a book on the complexities of peacemaking in the Middle East, focusing on a variety of mythologies that have become obstacles to reshaping foreign policy in the region. The authors seek to debunk several misconceptions, particularly the idea that the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is the central problem of the Middle East, and is damaging America’s relations with the rest of the region. This notion of "linkage”, they say, is the "mother of all myths”.
 
BRET STEPHENS
Bret Stephens writes the Wall Street Journal's "Global View" column on foreign affairs, which runs every Tuesday in the U.S. and is also published in the European and Asian editions of the paper. He was interviewed about a provocative column he wrote 'Hope' for Iran: Rarely in U.S. history has a foreign policy course been as thoroughly repudiated by events.