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15 September 2016,

U.S. Elections: Trump muddies terrorism debate

Our special mini-series on the U.S. Elections and its foreign policy implications continues as Ambassador Neelam Deo discusses the debate over terrorism, in which Trump's inconsistent policy proposals make predictions difficult, while alliances in South and East Asia are shifting with new military drills announced, as others take place this week.

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In the sixth episode of this podcast mini-series on the upcoming U.S. presidential elections, Ambassador Neelam Deo, Director at Gateway House, analyses the discourse on terrorism. Listen in to learn more about the candidates’ proposals to defeat ISIS and dismantle transnational terror networks.


(1:50) Increasing home grown terror in the U.S.
(2:30) Trump’s anti-Muslim rhetoric
(3:00) Clinton’s position on ISIS
(8:30) What both visions lack
(12:30) The right candidate from India’s perspective
(18:10) The changing global dynamics

In the next episode, Ambassador Deo will be discussing the rhetoric which has surrounded International Trade in the U.S., listen to it now! (

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Hosted by Virpratap Vikram Singh, Website Content Manager, Gateway House

Produced by Arjun Chawla, Researcher, Gateway House and Virpratap Vikram Singh, Website Content Manager, Gateway House