Jean-Louis Bruguiere, one of France's top counterterrorism judges for more than two decades, says the United States needs to embrace new strategies when President-elect Barack Obama takes office in January.
Jean-Louis Bruguiere, one of France's top counterterrorism judges for more than two decades, says the United States needs to embrace new strategies when President-elect Barack Obama takes office in January. Dion Nissenbaum / MCT
Jean-Louis Bruguiere, one of France's top counterterrorism judges for more than two decades, says the United States needs to embrace new strategies when President-elect Barack Obama takes office in January. Dion Nissenbaum / MCT

What can the U.S. learn from France's terror fight?

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