Bin Laden's Death, One Year Later

Monday, April 30, 2012

Osama bin Laden’s dramatic death resembles the plot of an old-fashioned thriller. Osama bin Laden’s dramatic death resembles the plot of an old-fashioned thriller. (Getty Images/Getty)

Tomorrow will mark the one-year anniversary of the Navy SEAL raid on Osama bin Laden's complex in Abbottabad, Pakistan. In the immediate aftermath of the al Qaeda leader's death, many wondered how the organization would be affected. A year later, with al Qaeda now under the leadership of Ayman al-Zawahiri, Gideon Rose, the editor of Foreign Affairs, illustrates how the group has changed.

Guests:

Gideon Rose

Produced by:

Ben Gottlieb

Comments [2]

Laura

Re: World Trade Center -- Don't forget, this building will also exist in lively conversation with another recent icon....the Western Hemisphere's tallest *residential* building (!)...the stunning Frank Gehry icon at Eight Spruce Street.

Apr. 30 2012 09:08 AM
Ed

"But against the violent He turns his face." Psalms.

Apr. 30 2012 05:59 AM

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