Christopher Preble, a co-editor, and Paul Pillar, a contributor to the book, spoke about Terrorizing Ourselves: Why U.S. Counterterrorism Policy is Failing and How to Fix It (Cato Institute, 2010). The book took a critical look at U.S. counter-terrorism policy and argues that better alternatives should pursued. Following their remarks they answered questions from members of the audience. close
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Brandon Arnold Director Cato Institute->Government Affairs
Paul R. Pillar Graduate Studies Director Georgetown University->Security Studies Program
Christopher A. Preble Director Cato Institute->Foreign Policy Studies
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