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|Named Person:||Antonin Scalia|
|Material Type:||Audio book, etc.|
|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Joan Biskupic; Ariel Glucklich; Lee Hamilton; Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.
|Notes:||Titles from disc label.|
|Performer(s):||Joan Biskupic interviewed in the first program; Ariel Glucklich interviewed in the second program.|
|Event notes:||Program #912 broadcast week: March 21-27, 2010; program #913 broadcast week: March 28- April 3, 2010|
|Description:||1 sound disc (approx. 60 min.) ; stereo. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 track sheet.|
|Details:||Audio compact disc.|
|Other Titles:||Dying for heaven
Limits of bilateralism
Dialogue (Radio program).
|Responsibility:||Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars|
Program #913 : Title: "Dying for Heaven. Ariel Glucklich is the author of: Dying for Heaven: Holy Pleasures and Suicide Bombers -- Why the Best Qualities of Religion Are Also Its Most Dangerous. This new book on religious martyrdom argues that our misunderstandings of the motivations behind these violent acts is what paralyzes our efforts to deter them."--Title sheet.
Commentary #389: The Lee Hamilton Commentaries: "Pakistan Revisited. Over the next six months, the bulk of the 30,000 extra troops President Obama ordered to Afghanistan will arrive, says former Congressman Lee Hamilton. But no increase in U.S. forces in Afghanistan is likely to succeed if the Taliban can retreat over the border into Pakistan, regoup, and re-supply."--Track sheet.
Commentary #390: The Lee Hamilton Commentaries: Limits of Bilateralism. One of the more surprising themes of American foreign policy in the past year has been discard between American and its close allies, says former Congressman Lee Hamilton. We must not over-estimate our capacity to persuade friends to help achieve our goals."--Track sheet.