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Making a Killing | Ep. 20: David Asher on 9/11 and US Economic Statecraft

Making a Killing | Ep. 20: David Asher on 9/11 and US Economic Statecraft

David Asher, Nate Sibley & Casey Michel

In the aftermath of the September 11, 2001 attacks, the US transformed its capacity to wage financial warfare against terrorists, kleptocrats and other dangerous adversaries. Hudson senior fellow David Asher, who played a leading role in that effort, joins Nate and Casey to discuss lessons for contemporary efforts against transnational corruption.

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Making a Killing explores how corruption is reshaping global politics, and fueling some of the most deadly security threats facing the world today – from the battlefields of Afghanistan and Iraq, to terrorist networks, nuclear proliferation, drug trafficking and other organized crime.

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