The Hidden Horn

Friday, June 15, 2007


One of the most active fronts in the Pentagon’s "War on Terror" is Somalia. But you’d never know it from the news coverage. The International Crisis Group’s Colin Thomas-Jensen talks about why Somalia is often overlooked by U.S. media.

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Daniel Andrews from New York

In your otherwise informative segment on the happenings in Somalia, your guest left the impression that Bill Clinton sent U.S. troops to that nation and then failed at nation building. It was actually George H.W. Bush who sent our troops to Somalia AFTER he lost the election to Clinton, who was left holding the bag. A parting shot, perhaps.

Jun. 22 2007 12:11 PM

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