As violence and tension rises among Islamic militant groups and the Taliban, award-winning author, scholar of religions, and columnist for The Daily Beast, Reza Aslan, joined the World Affairs Council for a discussion on his new book How to Win a Cosmic War. Examining the worldview of Muslim militant groups and the previous administration’s approach to the War on Terror, Aslan offered evidence that we are currently in the midst of an ideologically-charged religious war. You can watch or listen to the full program with his insights and recommendations for the Obama administration here.
The Taliban, Foreign Policy and the War on Terror
May 14, 2009 by worldaffairscouncil
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