2011 National Summit: The 9/11 Decade - The US and Asia-Pacific Century
The "9/11 Decade: How Everything Changed" summit brought together government decision-makers past and present, thought leaders and academic experts from the US, Australia and around the world to take stock of the first epoch of the new millennium, the 9/11 Decade. This session features Jeffrey Bader (via video streaming), former Senior Director for East Asian Affairs on the US National Security Council, in conversation with James Fallows, National Correspondent for The Atlantic Monthly.
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VIDEOS & INTERVIEWS
Disaster recovery expert Edward Blakely says changes in the way houses are built, especially a lack of underground shelters, are partly responsible for the death toll following the tornado in Oklahoma City.
Associate professor Brendon O'Connor previews Barack Obama's major defence speech, saying that the closing of Guantanamo Bay and the continued use of drone strikes are sure to be key issues.