US National Security Since 9/11 And The Museum Of Lost Objects

Dawn arrives at the now closed Camp X-Ray, which was used as the first detention facility for al-Qaida and Taliban militants who were captured after the Sept. 11 attacks at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, Cuba.
Dawn arrives at the now closed Camp X-Ray, which was used as the first detention facility for al-Qaida and Taliban militants who were captured after the Sept. 11 attacks at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, Cuba. Charles Dharapak / AP Photo
Dawn arrives at the now closed Camp X-Ray, which was used as the first detention facility for al-Qaida and Taliban militants who were captured after the Sept. 11 attacks at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, Cuba.
Dawn arrives at the now closed Camp X-Ray, which was used as the first detention facility for al-Qaida and Taliban militants who were captured after the Sept. 11 attacks at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, Cuba. Charles Dharapak / AP Photo

US National Security Since 9/11 And The Museum Of Lost Objects

On today’s show:

  • What is America’s place in the world? As part of NPR’s A Nation Engaged, we look at how America’s national security policies and values have shifted since 9/11 — and changed the way the US engages with other nations.