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But now what? The terrorist threat that has defined American policy since the attacks of 9/11 did not die with Bin Laden in his walled compound near Islamabad. Radicals still wish us harm, and we must fight on.
In this provocative collection of essays, edited and introduced by Pulitzer Prize winner Jon Meacham, a group of penetrating analysts and leaders look ahead to the world after Bin Laden - to the future of Al Qaeda, of Afghanistan, of Pakistan. We explore the political, military, and cultural implications of the post-Bin Laden war on terror. Beyond Bin Laden gives listeners intelligent, deeply informed, and urgent glimpses of what comes next.
Jon Meacham, executive editor, Random House
James A. Baker III, former Secretary of State
Karen Hughes, former counselor to President George W. Bush and former Under Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy
Richard N. Haass, president, Council on Foreign Relations
Bing West, author, The Wrong War, and former Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs
Andrew Exum, fellow, Center for a New American Security
Daniel Markey, senior fellow for India, Pakistan, and South Asia, Council on Foreign Relations
Evan Thomas, award-winning historian and former editor-at-large, Newsweek
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By James on 09-17-13
Scary Times That We're Living In.....
Authors Jon Meacham, James Baker, Karen Hughes, Richard Haas and Bing West all come together to give an excellent portrayal of the life and times of Osama bin Laden.
These are all experts in the field and this book, Beyond Bin Laden, really is hard-hitting, fact filled, and shows just what impact bin Laden and the Al Qaeda terrorist network had on our country both before and after 9/11.
Our country, America, is still showing the after effects as we are involved and can’t quite seem to remove ourselves fully from the different skirmishes in the Middle East. Soon as things quiet down a little bit in Afghanistan, things pop up in Pakistan, then Iraq, then Egypt, and on and on and on. Where it stops, nobody knows.
The cost to America has been great in lives lost during and on the battlefield, homeland security, inconveniences to everyday Americans, and the list just goes on.
I thought this was an excellent read, and for those who want to keep up on what’s going on in the Middle East, and life after bin Laden, read this book!!!
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