Al Qa’eda’s Ayman al-Zawahiri (L) and Osama bin Laden in a video broadcast by Al Jazeera, April 15, 2002

I joined UK and Irish outlets on Tuesday to discuss and analyze the US assassination of Al Qa’eda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri and its consequences.

I consider whether Al Qa’eda has long been a “spent force” after the US killing of Osama bin Laden in 2011; the significance for Afghanistan, including the Taliban regime, and neighboring Pakistan; any impact on US domestic politics in the run-up to November’s Congressional elections; and the issues beyond a generation’s “War on Terror”.

Listen to Ireland’s RTE 1 from 13:01

Listen to BBC West Midlands from 46:37

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