What most frightens the average American? Terrorism. North Korea. Iran. But what if none of those are probable or consequential threats to America?
In this compelling look at what they call the “Threat Industrial Complex,” Michael A. Cohen and Micah Zenko explain why politicians, policy analysts, academics, and journalists are misleading Americans about foreign threats and argue that we should focus instead on furthering extraordinary global advances in human development and economic and political cooperation.
Join us as Zenko and Cohen discuss their book, with additional comments by Sharon Burke of New America.