What if eight years ago the World Trade Center had been leveled by a small nuclear bomb that took out most of lower Manhattan as well?
We suffer not only from the loss of innocent life on 9/11, but because the attacks became the rationale for an unjust war. It's time to face the truth.
Seven years after the attacks, the Bush Administration's strategy to transform the world has squandered our resources, buried us in debt and poses a greater strategic threat than Osama bin Laden ever did.
Andrew Bacevich, author of The Limits of Power, offers a powerful summary judgment on how the Bush Administration responded to the attacks of 9/11.
Our default defense is to blame the deranged outsider, but in this case, one of our own was to blame.
An argument over how US officials should speak about terrorism bodes ill for this political season.
Susan Faludi's Terror Dream made a provocative splash, but therapy is no substitute for understanding reality.
Fear of terrorism has enabled Thailand's military dictatorship.
As the Taliban gains strength, a nascent democracy in Pakistan withers.
Since 9/11 the Philippines have seen an explosion of political killings.