iREPORTERS SIGNED UP
Created May 1, 2011 by
Osama bin Laden is dead, President Obama announced Sunday night in an address from the White House. U.S. forces have hunted bin Laden for nearly 10 years following the September 11, 2001, attacks his al Qaeda organization claimed responsibility for.
The events of September 11 sparked the declaration of a War on Terrorism, which was a potent justification for many U.S. military actions around the globe over the past decade. Now that the mastermind of the September 11 attacks has been brought to justice, is it time for the United States to reconsider our diplomatic and military commitments abroad? In the coming years, how should the U.S. best fight terrorism, especially in light of the recent secular revolutions in the Middle East and North Africa? Are you hoping to see any major changes in America's foreign policy?
Please put your concise thoughts on video and you could be part of CNN's coverage.
Update: This assignment is now closed, but you can check out some of the best on a timeline and map in our Open Story on CNN.com.
|Last 24 Hours||//||Last Week||//||All Time|