Terrorism Prevention Strategy

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Essay #: 063694
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Terrorism Prevention Strategy
To prevent incidents like 911 and to effectively fight the war on terror, the U.S. should invade Pakistan and capture or kill Osama bin Laden. Since summer of 2008, “U.S. forces based in Afghanistan have accelerated the tempo of cross-border strikes on suspected compounds in Pakistan, actions many Pakistanis see as violations of their territorial sovereignty” (Markey 61). Thus, these decisions are not merely the demesne of the Obama administration. The Bush administration, especially the military commanders, had realized a while back that not dealing with the problem at all on Pakistani soil was simply an inadequate approach. U.S. forces have little choice in these matters from a military perspective. Raids...
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.....s, concerted U.S. Government effort, and international cooperation” (U.S. Department of State). Thus, an attack on Pakistan may be imminent.
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