Akbar Ahmed and Brian Forst, editors of "After Terror"
The turmoil that resulted from the attacks of September 2001 has had more than a military expression. The need for new approaches in international thinking was manifest but few new ideas were being offered. To help change that, two American Professors sought candid, thoughtful essays from more than two dozen world leaders. The results were publicized in a book "After Terror." Co-editors Akbar Ahmed and Brian Forst explain their findings.