The Nature of Terrorism and How Democratic States Can Combat it


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Essay #: 061458
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The Nature of Terrorism and How Democratic States Can Combat it
We are at a critical time in global history insofar as the forces of darkness – homicidal terrorism – appear to be on the march; the war in Afghanistan, of course, is the most obvious instance of international terrorist organizations making a concerted effort to rally against an international coalition ostensibly determined to stop them. Given the devastating consequences of global terrorism – the lives lost, the cost of prosecuting the war, and the threats to civil liberties posed by overzealous efforts to safeguard us from the “bad guys” – it is clear that coming up with an effective solution to the troubling global phenomenon is imperative. With that in mind, the next...
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