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Global Crisis Watch - July 16, 2007   
Tuesday, July 17 2007

Global Crisis Watch
July 16, 2007 | Episode #53
Dread in Washington and Islamabad over al Qaeda's Summer campaign,
crisis brewing in Lebanon, and Iranian games continue

Global Crisis Watch discusses al Qaeda's Summer campaign and the
growing sense of dread in Washington and Islamabad, expectation of war
in Lebanon as Hezbollah rearms, and Iran's continuing efforts to stall
efforts to close its nuclear weapons program. Guests: Dr. Rohan
Gunaratna, International Center for Political Violence and Terrorism in
Singapore, Dr. Walid Phares, Foundation for the Defense of Democracies,
and Alireza Jafarzadeh, Strategic Policy Consulting.

Link: http://www.GlobalCrisisWatch.com/gcw/gcw_070716.mp3
44:00 minutes | 21.0 Megs

Harry Gregson-Williams - Number 23
James Newton Howard - Burning
Alexandre Desplat - Beirut Taxi
Kenji Kawai - Seven Swords # 4
Shigeru Umebayashi - Onmyouji 2


Global Crisis Watch is an independent and weekly current affairs and
news podcast focusing on the Global War on Terror, the War of Ideas,
and indigenous pro-democracy efforts around the world. Hosted by Nick
Grace and Sasha Eckstein in Washington, DC, the show features
interviews with brave activists and journalists about terrorism,
democratization, and indigenous efforts to promote freedom and liberty.


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