The Newsmakers

20 Years Since Sept 11 Attacks and US Foreign Policy

It’s been 20 years since the September 11 attacks which killed nearly three thousand people in New York. The US responded by launching the controversial War on Terror, which killed hundreds of thousands more. Did the US get its response to 9/11 wrong? And what have been the consequences of that foreign policy since? Guests: Khaled Beydoun Law professor and scholar on the War on Terror, national security and civil liberties Brian Glyn Williams Professor of Islamic History and former CIA operative John Spencer Chair of Urban Warfare Studies at the Modern War Institute

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US Congresswoman Ilhan Omar responds to criticism over 9/11 remarks

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9/11 as a growing genre in the arts and culture industry

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Bangladesh's Ruling Party Rallies for Religious Minority After Deadly Clashes

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Russia Cuts Diplomatic Ties With NATO

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Can the EU Take Lead to Save the Iran Nuclear Deal?

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Nobel Peace Prize Goes to Journalists Maria Ressa and Dmitry Muratov

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Germany, Denmark Repatriate Several Daesh-linked Families From Syria

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President Macron Reportedly Defends France’s Colonial Legacy in Algeria

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