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Guest Host: Steve Roberts
A panel talks about this weekend’s bombing of a popular tourist nightspot in Bali, which killed more than 180 people and highlighted questions about the relationship between regional Islamic extremist violence and terrorism directly orchestrated by al Qaeda.
- Sidney Jones Indonesia Project Director for International Crisis Group
- Alasdair Bowie Associate Professor of Political Science at George Washington University
- Lt. Col. Ralph Peters U.S. Army, Retired and author of "Beyond Terror: Strategy in a Changing World" (Stackpole Books)
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