Center for Strategic Communication

Today marks 11 years since the terrible events of september 11 2001.

In the last eleven years we have seen U.S. military operations – big and small – all over the world. It’s clear that the 2001 leadership of al-Qaeda has been broken or killed.

But where does this leave America now?

Where are we with the struggle against al-Qaeda? and what if anything do we need to change?

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BGen Stephen A.  Cheney USMC (Ret.) ASP’s CEO and retired Marine Corp Brigadier General

Joshua Fousta Fellow at ASP specializing in asymmetric operations


Matthew Wallina Senior Policy Analyst specializing in public diplomacy



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