Wars in Afghanistan and Iraq not worth the cost in lives and money

Ten years on from the September 11th attacks 63%, with only 30% of Americans and 20% of Australians confident the war is being won. That’s according to research carried out by the United States Studies Centre at the University of Sydney. Australians are also more likely to select the attacks on New York City and Washington DC as the “most important historical event” from a list including World War Two and the growth of the Internet.

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