With Charles Jacobs, Thor Halvorssen, Elliott Abrams, Gordon Chang.
CHARLES JACOBS, co-founder of the American Anti-Slavery Group, examines the connections between the Boston bombers and a mosque they lived near that has links to the controversial Muslim American Society.
THOR HALVORSSEN, founder of the Human Rights Foundation, explains the three conflicting groups operating in Chechnya: dangerous radical Islamic terrorists; a puppet government set up by Russia’s Putin; and a legitimate government in exile whose members genuinely believe in a separation of Mosque and State.
ELLIOTT ABRAMS, Senior Fellow for Middle Eastern Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations, discusses the close relationship between the Emir of Qatar and the Muslim Brotherhood—a relationship that stands in odds to the hostility with which other Gulf states regard the group.
GORDON CHANG of Forbes.com explains the brinkmanship of military forces along the Indian Chinese border in the Himalayas and what bearing it has on understanding Chinese strategy for the U.S. and cyber warfare.
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