Seven Years after 9/11, How Safe Are We?

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Osama bin Laden is still at large and al Qaeda is regaining strength. Are we safer now than we were seven years ago? Has the war on terror succeeded in keeping terrorists away from the United States? Has the Department of Homeland Security strengthened our approach to internal security or simply added layers of bureaucracy? What is the right balance of security and liberty? With the Taliban gaining strength in Afghanistan, will we have to re-fight the Afghanistan war? Are Islamic jihadists gaining or losing support in Muslim societies?
Credits

Guests:
Brian Jenkins - RAND Corporation - @BrianMJenkins, Matthew Rojansky - Wilson Center - @MatthewRojansky, Fawaz Gerges - London School of Economics and Politics, Scott Carpenter - former Deputy Assistant Secretary, State Department

Host:
Lawrence O'Donnell

Producers:
Christian Bordal, Katie Cooper