Harvard Law School Professor Phil Heymann’s new book, Terrorism, Freedom, and Security: Winning Without War, examines the United States’ response to the September 11 attacks and concludes that the “War on Terrorism” is the wrong approach to combating global terrorism. Instead, Heymann argues, the U.S. needs to put more focus on diplomacy, intelligence and international law. In this video Q&A, Heymann discusses the administration’s response to September 11 and the dangers of the current U.S. strategy.
When he was a college student, Michael Kleinman ’03 shared a room in Yemen for five weeks with a fellow American. But they never had the “what’s your major, do you have a girlfriend, where are you from, what music do you like” chat.
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