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Durand Line

DURAND LINE AND PAKHTOON DIVIDE AS THE CAUSE OF INSTABILITY IN AFGAN PAK REGION CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION Durand Line[i], the notorious frontier between Afghanistan and Pakistan. Some people blame this frontier for all of Afghanistan’s current problems. And there are those who go so far as to blame it for the problems in Pakistan. Indeed, […]

Pages: 51 Words: 15228 Topics: Afghanistan, Government, International Relations, Pakistan, War On Terror

The Anticipatory Self Defence of the Usa against Terrorists International Law Essay

Introduction The United States of America has suffered various terrorist actions over the last three decades [1] . A more recent issue and more important event is the September 11 attack or (9/11), which has raised many issues in the area of international law because the U.S.A and its allies have started their campaign in the ‘War […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1429 Topics: Foreign Policy, Global Politics, Government, International Relations, Justice, Terrorism, War On Terror
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Imagined Community, Orientalism

Imagined community, Orientalism and Moral Panic Concepts, underlying Post-9/11 US Presidential Speeches Introduction George W. Bush’s administration and American mass media mounted a sustained project in post-9/11 era to ‘save’ US intact identity and delegitimize critical thoughts about Middle East, Islam and Arabs. This project was implemented by inducing a picture of ‘Self’ or ‘White’ […]

Pages: 7 Words: 2077 Topics: Community, Identity, Nation, Orientalism, Terrorism, United States, War, War On Terror

Comparison of Afghanistan War and Iraq War

The military involvement in Afghanistan and Iraq was a hunt for terrorism: The United States involvement in Afghanistan started with the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on New York and Washington, D.C. which brought the world together in unity against a global threat by Osama bin Laden and al-Qaeda. The United States was asked by […]

Pages: 2 Words: 575 Topics: Conflicts, Government, International Relations, International Security, Iraq War, Terrorism, War, War On Terror

Detention of Suspected Terrorists

Border controls are measures taken by a country or multiple countries to monitor its borders in order to regulate the movement of people, animals and goods. With the UK having voted to leave the European Union in 2016, it means that in the near future the UK’s border security will be much tighter and more […]

Pages: 2 Words: 718 Topics: Crime, Human Rights, Justice, Terrorism, Violence, War On Terror

The War on Terror

The war on terror shows that the criminal justice system faces many ethical hurdles when it comes to terrorism and counter-terrorism. Professionals in this specialty will face many decisions that will test their moral values that can consist of citizens security, freedom, privacy, and even their human rights. Ethical decision making plays a vital role […]

Pages: 6 Words: 1703 Topics: Government, Justice, National Security, Research, Social Institutions, Terrorism, War On Terror
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