Two decades after 9/11: was Southeast Asia’s support of the US war on terror worth it?

The deadly terrorist attacks against the United States on September 11, 2001, prompted an outcry from around the world: “We are all Americans.” Washington’s policies realigned around fighting terrorism and bilateral relationships strengthened or crumbled depending on where other governments stood. In the sixth in a series about the legacy of September 11, Bhavan Jaipragas looks at Southeast Asia’s support of the US-led global counterterrorism effort.On Colin Powell’s first visit to Southeast…