Amitai Etzioni

Professor of International Relations, George Washington University

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Professor of Sociology at George Washington University and author of Security First: For a Muscular, Moral Foreign Policy

Amitai Etzioni on KCRW

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New threats to air travel have produced new strategies and technologies against explosives in shoes and carry-on liquids--even in underwear.

Aviation Security: Must TSA Touch My Junk to Keep Me Safe?

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