Assessing the Terror Threat to New York City

Monday, September 9, 2013
William Rudin
Chairman, Association for a Better New York; Vice Chair and Chief Executive Officer, Rudin Management Company
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President, Council on Foreign Relations

Raymond W. Kelly discusses terrorism and the ongoing threat to New York City.

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