Despite this, it pinpointed the weaknesses of the entire system at the time and led to various transformations.
Secondly, it argues that the US government ignored or neglected the War in Drugs, and focused primarily on Islam as the main enemy without seeing how American society is slowly but surely being contaminated... Although the war between insurgents and allied forces kept on for years even in later years the war extended from Afghanistan to Pakistan because Pakistan is bordered with neighboring country on tribal belt.
Pakistani president General Pervez Musharraf soon after 9/11 pledged USA to provide full strategic support for eradicating terrorism from the region and provided military basis for attacks on Afghanistan.
The film specifically indicts the Middle East policies initiated by the Bush administration before and after the September 2001. Some of their titles are: 'State of War,' 'The Giant's Feet of Clay' and......, many U. citizens held the view that they had "changed the world forever." The Bush administration declared a war on terrorism, with the stated goals of bringing Osama bin Laden and al-Qaeda to justice and preventing the emergence of other terrorist networks (Wikipedia, 2006).
The film features a footage of abuse on Iraqi......policies, and must steel them for the potential hardship, restricted liberties, and possible loss of life that these policies entail. politicians' actions after 9/11 however many urged Americans to continue to follow their regular daily routine and not succumb to fear. facing, at best, a Mexican-style political and economic disorder . It was by far the worst terrorist attack on American soil, conservative columnist George F.
In ensuring that the fight against terrorism is continued, President Obama signed for the extensions for the provisions on terrorist. Fahrenheit 9/11 Fahrenheit 9/11 is a documentary film that offers a critical insight into the presidency of George W.
Bush and the war on terror including its coverage in the media.
The Bush Doctrine greatly resembles the Truman Doctrine, promising American intervention anywhere in the world to fight a specific adversary. A perfect case in point is Columbia, wherein the American support for the government in its fight against the revolutionaries who were financially supported by the drug trade industry has shifted into a battle against terrorists hostile to U. The War on Terror: Ten Years After 9/11, How Far Have We Gone?
This paper seeks to answer the question: a decade after 9/11, how far have we gone and what have we done wrong?
9/11 brought.....terror and conflicts with Iran War on Terror: Afghan War War on terror is one of the major outcomes of the 9/11 incident.
It started from Afghanistan on October 7, 2001, immediately after the 9/11 incident.