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Published on Sep 11, 2012
Eleven years ago, 19 hijackers flew planes into the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and Pennsylvania killing nearly 3,000 Americans and changing our world forever. On this anniversary, PJTV remembers the fallen and discusses how national security has changed since we've brought justice to Osama bin Laden. Are we safer now that bin Laden is gone and what should U.S. foreign policy look like as new threats emerge in the Middle East?
Roger L. Simon is joined by foreign policy experts Richard Grenell and Robert C. O'Brien to discuss societal changes since 9/11 and policy solutions for dealing with an uncertain world and stateless enemy.