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In counter attacking terror, most of the innocent human beings get affected in a country where terror groups are suspected to be residing. For a country to act in this manner, a statute modification is established by the legislature. The government in charge mostly proposes the adjustments. The country then looks for the support from the international community especially from the countries that could be experiencing the same nature of threats. The support ensures that the country does not get accused by the United Nations for infringing the rights of people from countries where terror groups are suspected to have a resident.
One of the countries that have been on the limelight in formulating an ambiguous law in the fight against terrorism is the United States of America. The United States of America became a major attack target of international terror groups. Before landing in the country, terrorists actively invaded the USA diplomatic centres in many parts of the globe. The embassies in Kenya and Tanzania were attacked in 1998, and dozens of people were killed (Smith, 2008). In the month of September 11th, 2001, the United States of America was fell in the hands of terrorism. The attack of the World Trade Centre became the most historical terrorist activity in the country. The aftermath of the invasion led to hundred of fatalities of the country’s residents.
The terrorist activity that is famously recalled as the September 11 occurred during the era of George W. Bush. After the harmful event, Bush administration strategized on the means to revenge the activity. The creation of the National Security Strategy was one of the developments in the constitution amendment that was steered by the president. The strategies that are famously abbreviated as the NSS challenges the foreign policies of the world’s powerful nation (Bush, 2002). Since 1900, the United States foreign policy is based on equality and democracy, as well
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US Post Cold War Interventionism Foreign Policy
The interventionism foreign policy that United States adopted in the post Cold War era has left the country and citizens more insecure than ever before.
The country has spent billions of dollars, which unfortunately has not translated into tangible sense of security for American interests within and outside the country’s borders.
US Foreign Policy against Terrorism and How Did This Policy Affect US Relation with Saudi Arabia
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s justified and driven by the 38th parallel that divided the North from the South Korea, constant US military and political presence in South Korea, and the long history of being in seclusion. The relationship between the North Korea and South Korea determined the former’s
irst visit to Europe as US president was accompanied by criticism following rejection of the Kyoto Protocol that seeks to reduce emission of carbon dioxide hence avoiding global warming. The rejection was based on claims that the Kyoto Protocol would reduce industrial
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