13 years on, where are we in the fight against terrorism?
By Vladimir Kazanevsky
On September 11, 2001, two planes slammed into the Twin Towers in New York, killing over 2600 people. The attacks sparked off a global war against terrorism which continues to this day. Under international law, the phenomenon of terrorism has been defined in various treaties, and the United States and the United Kingdom have invoked international law to legitimize their response to 9/11.
Vladimir Kazanevsky is a Ukranian cartoonist who works for Cartoon Movement.