The Potomac Institute for Policy Studies' International Center for Terrorism Studies hosted a panel discussion,  "The Emerging New Middle East and State-Sponsored Terrorism: A Dilemma for Policymakers," on Friday, April 15, from  12-2 pm, at the Institute.  A distinguished panel, including Margaret Nardi, Keith J. Stalder, Terence Taylor, and Stephen Larrabee discussed the dangers of state-sponsored terrorism and what political, social, economic, and military options are available to the international community to reduce conventional and unconventional risks in a Middle East that is currently in turmoil.  Click below to watch a video of the event.

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