[T]errorist organizations today are even more fierce than they were in 2001 and pose an even greater threat to global peace and stability.
The fear ... that any minute we could become innocent victims of fanatical terrorism has shaped the way we live.
These battles are not only about the social and economic issues that sometimes dominate the media, but they are also now connected to issues of religion, race and culture.
Just like his boss and old friend from New York, Giuliani masters the art of creating confusion.
Right-wing extremism is not just the folklore of crackpots.
The Trump era began with the destruction of the Twin Towers in 2001.
We were seriously wrong and clearly overestimated the good intentions of the American military presence in Afghanistan.
I told Bin Laden he was already a hunted man. “Danger is a part of our life,” he snapped back.
By waging war on terrorists, Bush and Blair began something which many claim has made the world a much more dangerous place, with the deaths of hundreds of thousands of innocents making it easy for extremists to radicalize young minds.
We tend to forget that some 108 years before the September 11, 2001 attacks, one monk from the heartland of Bharat had reached America as well.