Moroccan government officials say they suspect that members of Al Qaeda were behind coordinated attacks that killed more than forty last Friday night in that country. Diane and her guests talk about the recent series of terrorist attacks and their implications for U.S. policy.

Guests

  • Larry Johnson international security consultant, former deputy director of counter-terrorism at the State Department
  • Judith Yaphe senior research fellow at National Defense University and former CIA analyst specializing in the Mideast
  • Flynt Leverett senior fellow and director of the Global Energy Initiative at the New America Foundation; author, "Inheriting Syria: Bashar's Trial by Fire;" former senior director for Middle East affairs at the National Security Council; former Middle East expert on the Secretary of State's Policy Planning Staff; former senior analyst at the Central Intelligence Agency.

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