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20 Years on From 9/11, Western Democracy Is Still Winning

The Taliban and its ilk may have made their comeback, for now, but they remain on the losing side of history. 9/11 failed to change that, and neither will the scenes of the last few weeks in Kabul

Anshel Pfeffer
Anshel Pfeffer
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The Google photos app on my smartphone reminded me that six years ago this week, I was in central Europe, reporting on the hundreds of thousands of migrants making their way from Turkey, through Greece, the Balkans, and then Hungary, Austria and finally Germany.

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