Sixteen years after the Sept. 11 attacks, the United States is still at war in Afghanistan — though troops are now stationed in Iraq as well, the remnants of a war that both began and technically ended after 2001. Cells of the terrorist organization al-Qaida still exist, but the group more likely to be recognized in American households today is ISIS. And today, the most credible nuclear threat comes not from Iraq, as then-Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice claimed in 2003, but from North Korea.
Charles Sennott is a veteran foreign correspondent and executive director of The GroundTruth Project. He joined Boston Public Radio to discuss how America's approach to foreign policy has changed in the years since 9/11.
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