After Words with Jay Bahadur
Pirates from Somalia made international news with the capture of an American cargo ship in 2009 in eastern African waters and later the… read more
Pirates from Somalia made international news with the capture of an American cargo ship in 2009 in eastern African waters and later the murder of four retirees sailing around the world. Mr. Bahadur talked about who some of these men are and why they say they became pirates. He discussed his exclusive time in their inner circle with former New York Times foreign correspondent and editor Clifford May, who now heads the Foundation for Defense of Democracies. close
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