Eleven years after 9/11
Our memory of past events naturally fades with time, but 9/11 is different. Some would rather let it ebb. But unlike past conflicts, such as World War II, we’re far from being able to declare “mission accomplished.” Justice has yet to be fully meted out. After all these years, we’ve yet to name the enemy properly—let alone grasp the scope of the problem. In putting together Winning The Unwinnable War, which examines post-9/11 U.S. foreign policy, I hoped to inform people about what we’re facing, what we should do about it, and to point to the way to a truly secure future. The book may interest you. If you find it valuable, please consider recommending it.
You may also be interested in watching some of the panel discussions from a conference that ARI hosted last year, marking ten years since Sept. 11. Additional talks and lectures related to 9/11 can be found here.