In the first of a three-part series, The Take looks at the buildup of the US national security apparatus after 9/11.
For an idea of the next phase of the US’s “war on terror”, we look to East Africa, where a different version of the war has been unfolding for the past 20 years. American soldiers may not patrolling the streets of Kenya, but the US’s counterterrorism presence is very much there.
⚡️ Special Series: The Course of the Forever Wars
We look at the past, present, and future of the US’s “war on terror”.
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In this episode:
- Fauziya Hussein (@diamamyn4zi1), Sister of disappeared Kenyan man
- Samar Al-Bulushi (@samar42), Political anthropologist at University of California Irvine (@UCIrvine)
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