Congressman Thad McCotter of Michigan's 11th district talks about his new book Seize Freedom. Can the threat of an expansionist, Communist China be contained? Do Chinese leaders believe that confrontation with the West is inevitable? Bill Gertz briefs viewers on the shakeup in the leadership of the national security firmament. Mitchell Zuckof, professor of journalism at Boston University, discusses his book Lost in Shangrila, an account of an amazing crash and rescue during World War II. Yoram Ettinger, a former senior Israeli diplomat now associated with Second Thoughts foundation, hopes that the reconciliation between Fatah and Hamas will serve as a wakeup call, pulling back the illusory screen of moderation from the Middle East.
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With McChrystal no longer in charge of winning Afghanistan, Andy McCarthy shares his views on the direction of the work being done over there. Will the United States succeed or fail in Afghanistan? Frank later speaks with Robin Simcox from the Center for Social Cohesion in London, where they discuss the Muslim Brotherhood’s attempt to try to infiltrate the British government, while also noting similar efforts underway by radical Muslim groups to influence the American government. Congressman Thad McCotter talks about legislation he’s supporting aimed at applying truly tough sanctions on Iran in light of its resolve to continue its nuclear program.