Notably, the video gives a vivid account of the events that unfolded when the Al Qaeda terrorists hit the World Trade Center on 11 September 2001. The video bears a historical value in the United States…
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McCann contends that the terrorist attack of September 11, 2001 showed that American citizens were no longer secure and safe1. According to McCann, assaults on the US amounted to thirty-seven between the end of the Cold War and 2006.
Critics have argued that Clinton and Bush’s administrations failed blatantly to confront the attacks from terrorists2. It has been perceived that the intelligence agents in the United States expressed a lot of laxity in preventing US from terrorism since 19453. Nations have an international obligation to prevent terrorism within and outside their boundaries4. The international community has established crime law to endeavor to deal with the conduct of the non-state terrorist actors5. In this respect, states should not breach their primary obligation to punish, as well as, prevent acts of terrorism. Evidently, the video shows that the impact of the terrorist attacks was tremendous and resulted in death of many people. In essence, terrorism is an issue that has tormented the United States since 1945 to the
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It taught us the fact that the outcomes of a third world war would be total destruction of the entire world. This paper analyses the causes and effects of World War 2 and the reasons for selecting this topic for analysis Causes of World War II The major reason for Second World War was Hitler’s ambitions to expand the German empire.
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