January 24th, 2015
Episode 137 of 836 episodes
Billions of dollars are being spent trying to keep our towns and cities safe from the global terror threat but is it money well spent? Listen to former US Assistant Secretary of State James Rubin, the man in charge of policing London before the 7/7 terror attack there in 2005 Lord Blair, the BBC's security correspondent Frank Gardner and former CIA operative Robert Baer. They consider how resources can best be allocated to tackle this constantly evolving security challenge; and they answer your questions about the economic challenges posed by the terror threat.
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