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Global Crisis Watch - July 30, 2007   
Monday, July 30 2007


Global Crisis Watch
July 30, 2007 | Episode #54

Musharraf's survival game amidst increasing instability, and the
convergence of crime and terror

Global Crisis Watch discusses the wave of suicide attacks, increasing
instability and Musharraf's survival game in Pakistan, and the
convergence of crime and terror and how it plays into law enforcement
counterterrorism strategy. Guests: B. Raman, Director, Institute for
Topical Studies in Chennai, India, and former head of Indian
intelligence, and Daveed Gartenstein-Ross, Vice President of Research,
Foundation for the Defense of Democracies in Washington, DC.

Link: http://www.GlobalCrisisWatch.com/gcw/gcw_070730.mp3
29:30 minutes | 13.5 Megs

Kenji Kawai - Misunderstand
A.R. Rahman - Water
Nino Rota - The Godfather Waltz
Thomas Newman - Ghosts


Global Crisis Watch is an independent 30-minute 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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