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20 years since 9/11: Is this the end of the ‘War on Terror’?

This year marks the 20th anniversary of 9/11. So what is the legacy of the global War on Terror, and what does the future hold for the Biden administration?

Join us as we discuss this topic with expert panelists who have been on the ground in Iraq and Afghanistan and reported on the domestic rise of Islamophobia.

9 September 2021, 12.01am

Hear from:

Paul Rogers Emeritus professor of peace studies at Bradford University
Kathy Kelly Three-time Nobel Peace Prize nominated anti-war activist, founding member of Voices for Creative Nonviolence and co-coordinator of the Ban Killer Drones campaign
Rozina Ali Contributing writer at New York Times Magazine and a fellow at Type Media Center. Her writing covers the War on Terror, Islamophobia, and the Middle East and South Asia. She is currently working on a book about the history of Islamophobia in the United States
Nabil Salih Engineer, independent writer, journalist and photographer from Baghdad, Iraq who is currently pursuing an MA in Arab Studies at the Center for Contemporary Arab Studies of Georgetown University's Walsh School of Foreign Service. His writings and photography appear in Al Jazeera English, Jadaliyya and openDemocracy
Chair, Aaron White North America economics editor at openDemocracy

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