TERRORISM SALON: Prompt #3 — Terrorism as a National Security Priority?

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Is there a chance that we are concentrating too much on terrorism? If so, how have some of the policy trade-offs manifested themselves? Should the next president de-emphasize terrorism relative to other national security priorities?
— Steve Clemons
This week long terrorism salon will continue to be hosted by The Washington Note and UN Dispatch.

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2 comments on “TERRORISM SALON: Prompt #3 — Terrorism as a National Security Priority?

  1. Mr.Murder says:

    Diplomatic corps had its head cut off by the DoHS budget, and even more so before that thanks to billionaire tax cuts.
    GWB fumbled terrorism as an issue, ignoring Clinton policy, and chasing Rumsfeld’s missile shield wet dream or John Ashcroft’s stalking Tommy Chong.

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