Terrorism and the Bush Doctrine

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Terrorism and the Bush Doctr, 2008 - 256 من الصفحات
Terrorism is perhaps the greatest challenge facing mankind in the twenty-first century. It has been researched, debated, analyzed and contemplated by some of the greatest minds on the planet. And yet no known solution exists. When putting out a fire, while it is important to know what type of fire it is before attempting to put it out, firefighters understand that the key to putting out any fire is to remove its source of oxygen. Likewise, terrorism depends on popular support to sustain itself. Without popular support, the majority of funding, recruits and overall acceptance will disappear. Therefore, the primary goal for eliminating terrorism is to eliminate the sources of popular support. This book argues that this has to be the standard approach and strategy. These pages examine three primary components of contemporary American foreign policy: unilateralism, preemption and military hegemony, as well as how they impact terrorism.
 

ما يقوله الناس - كتابة مراجعة

Masterfully brilliant! wonderful in its simplicity

معاينة المستخدمين  - plfrdm - Borders

Terrorism and the Bush Doctrine proves to be the most insightful approach to terrorism to date. This title is a must read for anyone seriously committed to combating terrorism. قراءة التقييم بأكمله

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Introduction
9
The Bush Doctrine
13
The History of American Unilateralism
15
The History of the American Policy of Preemption
23
History of American Military Hegemony
30
Initiatives Takes by the Bush Administration During Its First Term
40
The Bush Administrations Second Term
79
Alternatives to the Policy of Preemption
158
International Cooperation vs Unilateralism
167
Political vs Military Solutions to Terrorism
175
Countering International Terrorism
187
Conclusion
212
Bibliography
217
Notes
249
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