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March 26, 2007

March 26, 2007  3:00 PM

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Global Crisis Watch calls to Buffalo, Jakarta, and New York City to analyze the increasing sophistication of attacks inside Somalia, the disruption of a major terror cell in Indonesia that appeared ready to launch imminent suicide attacks, Iran’s post-Chapter VII sanctions strategy to warn against an allied naval blockade in the Persian Gulf, and the risk that the constitutional crisis rocking Pakistan could topple Musharraf. Guests: Dr. Abdiweli Ali, Niagara University, Indonesian Counterterrorism and Security Consultant Noor Huda Ismail, and ThreatsWatch.org Managing Editor Steve Schippert.

March 5, 2007

March  5, 2007  3:00 PM

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Global Crisis Watch calls to Chennai, India, Washington, DC, and Banten, Indonesia, to dissect Washington’s moves to negotiate with North Korea, Syria and Iran, and the relationship between Washington and Islamabad with B. Raman, former head of India’s external intelligence service and current director of the Institute For Topical Studies, and discusses Salafism and the push for Sharia law in Indonesia with Daveed Gartenstein-Ross, couterterrorism consultant and author of “My Year Inside Radical Islam,” and Faridotulsalam, an Indonesian Salafi.

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    Global Crisis Watch explores the potential for conflict in the dynastic world of Pakistan politics between the Bhutto and the Zardari clans, and the difficulties that await in the tribal regions for any counterinsurgency program to counter Taliban and al...

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