This monograph reviews events since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, and discussess the current state of al Qaeda constitutes the most serious immediate threat to the security of the United States, so the campaign against terrorism must be focused. The monograph describes the central elements that must be emphasized in the next, more complex phase of that campaign.
Listening to Children's Voices: Literature and the Arts as Means of Responding to the Effects of War, Terrorism, and Disaster Gangi, Jane M. Barowsky, Ellis.
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America's Great Game: The US and Britain Claim Defeating the Taliban Is Part of a "Good War" against Al-Qaeda Terrorism. Yet There Is Compelling Evidence That the 2001 Invasion Was Planned Even before 9/11 Pilger, John.
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