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Is there a terrorist threat in Canada?
This week, Think Tank with Ben Wattenberg takes a look at the threat of a terrorist attack coming across the Canadian-American border. America has long been the number one target of terrorists. The last decade has seen a string of attacks against Americans around the world and, on occasion, even on American soil. There is increasing concern that Canada ≠ our friendly neighbor to the north ≠ is becoming a popular spot for terrorist activity aimed at the United States. How great a threat is terrorism to the United States? How serious is the problem in Canada? And what can be done about it?
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Arnaud de Borchgrave
director of the Global Organized Crime Project at the
Center for Strategic and International Studies
co-director of the International Migration
Policy Program at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
president of Insignis Strategic Research in Ottawa, Canada,
and former Chief of Strategic Planning for the Canadian Security
Originally Aired: 2/9/2001
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