The world has come together in shock and grief over the tragic events in Paris last week.
The terrorist attacks, which killed 12, have been denounced by a broad variety of world leaders — including many from Arab and Muslim countries. Millions of people marched around the world in solidarity with the people of France and the staff of the Charlie Hebdo magazine.
All this is well and good, but what really matters is what happens after the initial outrage dies down. Will the tough decisions be made that can stop something like this from happening again? Will those people who marched be around to support the big policy changes needed?
It’s easy to jump on a bandwagon — particularly one that is on the side of goodness and justice. But it’s what happens when the parade is long gone that will determine if the tragic lesson was really learned.
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