Robert Litwak, author of Regime Change U.S. Strategy Through the Prism of 9/11

The events of September 11, 2001, led to a profound preconception of America's international security concerns and the steps needed to meet them. The threats posed by Rogue states, failed states and non-state actors like Al-Quaeda became the top priority and the U.S. resolved to respond to them urgently, massively and, if necessary, unilaterally. Robert Litwak, author of Regime Change, explains the results of this approach to foreign policy.