Alan Dershowitz discusses the balance between costs and benefits that he believes the United States must strive for and how it relates to the wartime strategies of prevention and preemption.
This is an audio only event hosted by the World Affairs Council of Philadelphia.
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President of the World Affairs Council of Philadelphia.
Professor Alan M. Dershowitz is a Brooklyn native and the Felix Frankfurter Professor of Law (emeritus) at Harvard Law School. He has published more than 1000 articles in magazines, newspapers, journals and blogs such as The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, The Harvard Law Review, the Yale Law Journal, Huffington Post, Newsmax, Jerusalem Post and Ha'aretz. He is the author of 32 fiction and non-fiction works, including six national bestsellers. His latest book is The Case Against the Iran Deal: How Can We Now Stop Iran from Getting Nukes?.
Alan H. Luxenberg
Vice President of the Foreign Policy Research Institute.