What-s Happened to World Solidarity with the US?

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Reciting the names of the victims was a powerful way of remembering what happened one year ago. Another compelling memory is the sense of solidarity with the United States that was expressed by the rest of the world. On September 12, the French paper Le Monde famously headlined, -We Are All Americans.- Things have changed. As the world honors the victims of the attacks on the Pentagon and the World Trade Center, we recall the expressions of international unity that poured forth a year ago. We ask commentators from France, Britain, Saudia Arabia and Russia and a Pentagon Defense Policy Board member to remember that unity and tell us how it has changed, and why.
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Warren Olney