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Bush, Obama & Trump: The Evolution of the United States’ Counter-Terrorism Policy Post 9/11

Douglas J. Feith

On September 12th, Douglas Feith participated in an event held by the Herzliya Interdisciplinary Center’s International Institute for Counter-Terrorism (ICT) discussing the U.S.‘s counter-terrorism policies since 9/11.

Mr. Feith’s remarks begin at 9:25 and the panel discussion begins at 51:48.

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