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Dialogue 11/08/07 Homegrown terror in the west

08-08-2011 00:35 BJT

 It comes as no surprise that people often face moral dilemma between naked national interests and individual liberty. Religious overtones may have complicated the conflicts that sometimes take tolls on innocent lives. The July 22nd bombing and shooting in Norway along with the US movie Unthinkable prompt us to think painfully about such headlines and their social implications. IN the Beijing studio we are joined by Mr. Einar Tangen, Biz Times Columnist and author and Mr. Brandon Blackburn-Dwyer. In a telephone interview, we shall be talking to Mr. Johannes Bergh, senior researcher at the Institute for Social Research in Oslo, Norway.

Dialogue 11/08/07 Homegrown terror in the west

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Host: Yang Rui

Yang Rui

Studio Guest Speakers:

Brandon Blackburn-dwyer, Current affairs commentator

Einar Tangen, Biz Times columnist and author

Online Guest Speaker:

Johannes Bergh, senior researcher of Institute for Social Research, Norway

Editor:James |Source: CNTV

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