Marvin kalb marvin kalb is a nonresident senior fellow with the foreign policy program at brookings and senior advisor at the pulitzer center on crisis reporting he focuses on the impact of . Abc anchor elizabeth vargas suggested the disclosures should make americans doubt the war on terror we begin with a revelation that may change the way americans think about phone calls and about the war on terrorism today we learned that since the attacks of september 11 the government has been collecting tens of millions of phone records. Under obama the medias coverage of obamas failures on terrorism the mass murder at fort hood and the near misses above detroit and in times square diverted the subject from obamas performance to other controversies like americas alleged islamophobia. The media and the war on terrorism stephen hess marvin kalb on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers these candid conversations capture the difficulties of reporting during crisis and war particularly the tension between government and the press the participants include distinguished journalists american and foreign. They illuminate the struggle to balance free speech and the right to know with the need to protect sensitive information in the national interest as the information age collides with the war on terrorism that challenge becomes even more critical and daunting we are very careful in what we talk about publicly
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