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    secured a prestige rank in the world’s market. According to Petra the United States had been waiting for an event like 9/11 in order to justify their defiance to domestic restraints. He writes, “The use of ‘anti-terrorist’ to justify massive state terrorism would fit nicely with… empire building strategy”. The United States’ priority after World Word II was the expansion of Imperialism. Through this American corporations would flourish and govern the world to come. The idea of a new world…

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    and the concept of jihad appeared in the side of Muslims against non-Muslims. Of course, some of Muslims interpreted on jihad very aggressively that they aimed to kill non-Muslims, but most of Muslims did not have any aim like that. Today, Islamic terrorism has the concept of jihad against non-Muslims. Because of this, the Europeans have been afraid of jihad and its outcomes.…

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    John Updike's Terrorist

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    THE MAKING OF A TERRORIST: A CRITICAL READING OF JOHN UPDIKE’S ‘TERRORIST’ Saraswati Ph.D Scholar, Department of English, Central University of Haryana, India ABSTRACT International Terrorism has been on the rise for the last few decades. John Updike’s novel ‘Terrorist’ explores the evolution of a modern terrorist in the context of post 9/11 America. This article applied three sociological theories that sought to explain the motivations of a terrorists to John Updike’s novel. These theories…

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    Cyber Terrorism is defined as an attack that targets the information held in computers, or a network that leads to a threat of violence against the property or a person (Weimann, 2004). The information that has been exposed on WikiLeaks has damaged careers and the reputation of organizations. These leaks have also exposed information that threaten the relationships of countries. The breaches can be considered acts of Cyber Terrorism, and understanding how to safe guard all organization from…

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    comes to terrorism and not just wait for a attacks to happen. There are multiple cases of extremist plotting to attack military facilities and centers in the…

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    Reflection Precis Essay

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    Reflection Precis #2, State Responses to Terrorism (3/17/2016) Part I: In reading Manfred F R Kets de Vries’ article on The Spirt of Despotism: Understanding the Tyrant Within, gives an insight that, “the disposition to violence exist in all of us,” meaning that all humans have a natural tendency to act with violence against others with the act of power. To take a look at a slight example on having power, Hector did his presentation on torture, he shared a YouTube link on some interviews by…

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    The Crucible Paranoia

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    entered Europe by entering as a Syrian refugee. In other words, the majority of the United States are not willing to take in refugees because of the paranoia that a terrorist may be mixed in the group of refugees entering the United States. To sum up, terrorism creates panic,…

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    violence the military has used these “toys” for. These drones should not be used for military purposes, they ought to stay the toys used by children and for entertainment purposes. Terrorism is a big problem all around the world, for instance 9/11, almost 3,000 casualties (CNN), the people who commit acts of terrorism are obviously hurt in one way or another that makes them want to hurt innocent people. These drones kill people’s…

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    part accepted to be a proclaimed hostile between two countries, as when the United States announced war against the Axis powers Japan, Germany and Italy on December 8, 1941. Were deliberate attacks on civilians during the Second World War act of terrorism? Yes it was, On April 26, 1937, German planes and different warplanes assaulted Guernica, a town population around seven thousand individual persons in northern Spain. This attack was a piece of the Spanish Civil War, battled just before…

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    Counterterrorism

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    The United States must continue to ensure all areas of the world have the right tools and mechanisms in place to thwart terrorism so events like the September 11th attacks don’t reoccur. Counter Terrorism (CT) efforts in Southeast Asia have improved markedly in recent years. Despite this success, however, it’s still a potentially fertile ground for local terrorist organizations sharing al-Qa’ida’s ideology and aspirations. It is, therefore, in our nation’s best interest to ensure we play an…

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