Scott Horton Interviews Karen Greenberg

Scott Horton, July 05, 2011

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Karen Greenberg, executive director of the New York University Center on Law and Security, discusses her TomDispatch piece, “How to End the War on Terror,” substituting a managed risk strategy for the endless war on terrorism, why the “American Taliban” John Walker Lindh should be released from prison, and why terrorism trials should be handled by DOJ, not the military.

MP3 here. (8:29)

Karen Greenberg is the executive director of the New York University Center on Law and Security, the author of The Least Worst Place: Guantanamo’s First One Hundred Days, and editor of The Torture Debate in America.

3 Responses to “Karen Greenberg”

  1. I have seen not a single terror trial in the world is for me a biast claim of agencies to get money.
    You can win the war on teeror if you can win and change your mind set.
    Today you can level every one with terror but the fact is a war between the intelligence agancies is going on.
    In poor countries you can buy a suicide bomber for 10000 dollars as their family has nothing to eat and drink.
    With love you will get love with hatred hatred.
    Stop blame game and try to solve the problems not through wars but peaceful means.

  2. We could end the 'war on terror' if it was a real war. It's the phoney wars we can never end. That's why the movie people keep going back to WWII for their stories. The people would never go for the bullshit of those other wars- when it comes to their enterntainment, they want the real stuff.

  3. Wow. Someone who remembers that John Walker Lindh exists.

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