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Gen. John Abizaid on America, Terrorism, and Global Opinion

Complete video at: Former CENTCOM Commander General John Abizaid discusses how prosecution of international terrorism has affected global perceptions of the United States. ----- In the wake of the abrupt departure of his successor, Adm. William J. Fallon, who served just over a year, and the high profile of the issue of the U.S. presence in Iraq in the presidential campaign, General Abizaid offers a timely examination of U.S. presence in the Middle East: past, present, and future - Grace Cathedral John P. Abizaid retired from the United States Army after 34 years, during which he rose from an infantry platoon leader to become the youngest four-star general in the Army and the longest-serving commander of United States Central Command. General Abizaid is a highly decorated officer who has been awarded numerous service medals and holds military honors from Germany, France, Poland, Bulgaria, Romania, Australia, Afghanistan and Egypt. In June 2007, he returned to the Hoover Institution as the Annenberg Distinguished Visiting Fellow. Alan Jones, Ph.D., has been dean of Grace Cathedral in San Francisco since 1985. Jones was formerly the director of the Center for Christian Spirituality and Stephen F. Bayne Professor of Ascetical Theology at General Theological Seminary in New York City. Born and educated in England, Jones was also on the staff of Trinity Institute of Wall Street's Trinity Church. He became a citizen of the United States in 1975.
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