EI Weekly Listen — How US policy failure post-9/11 undermined international order by Emma Sky

The US once enjoyed the esteemed position of being the 'city on the hill', a beacon of hope and an example to the rest of the world. Post-9/11, however, the superpower's conduct in the Middle East has left its reputation tarnished. Read by Leighton Pugh.
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Anti-government protesters celebrate on a tank in Tahrir Square, Cairo, on the first full day of the square's occupation in January 2011. Credit: James May/Alamy.
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