Suzy Hansen

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Author of “Notes on a Foreign Country: An American Abroad in a Post-American World”

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After 9/11, journalist Suzy Hansen moved to Istanbul, Turkey, to try to better understand Islam and Islamic extremism.

A foreign perspective of America

After 9/11, journalist Suzy Hansen moved to Istanbul, Turkey, to try to better understand Islam and Islamic extremism.

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