A look at American foreign policy since 9/11
Tuesday, September 12, 2006
This week, the White House announced that Americans are "safer, but we are not yet safe." Tom Fudge asks the experts about how U.S. foreign policy has changed in the last five years.
- Peter Cowhey , dean of the graduate school of international relations and pacific studies at UCSD.
- Dipak Gupta , chair of the international security and conflict resolution program at San Diego State University. He's an authority on terrorism-related issues and political violence.
- Michael Provence , professor of modern Middle Eastern history at UCSD.
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