The Resource Terrorism, anti-terrorism and the globalization ofinsecurity

Terrorism, anti-terrorism and the globalization ofinsecurity

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Terrorism, anti-terrorism and the globalization ofinsecurity
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Terrorism, anti-terrorism and the globalization ofinsecurity
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Camilleri, Joseph A
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  • Camilleri, Joseph A
  • War on Terrorism, 2001-
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Terrorism, anti-terrorism and the globalization ofinsecurity
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In: Arena Journal no.19 pp7-19
Contents
Camilleri provides an historical backdrop to the September 11 attacks arguing that the events were neither new nor surprising. He examines the aftermath of the attacks, considering the concepts of terrorism and anti-terrorism and posing the questions "Who is waging war on whom? Why? And how?" Camilleri outlines the key players in the war on terror and what he sees as US ambitions and strategies in this war. He argues that for the US the war on terror is a strategic tool in "the delicate task of alliance management and coalition building". Camilleri provides an historical backdrop to the September 11 attacks arguing that the events were neither new nor surprising. He examines the aftermath of the attacks, considering the concepts of terrorism and anti-terrorism and posing the questions "Who is waging war on whom? Why? And how?" Camilleri outlines the key players in the war on terror and what he sees as US ambitions and strategies.Curriculum Area: Society and Culture
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Terrorism, anti-terrorism and the globalization ofinsecurity
Note
In: Arena Journal no.19 pp7-19
Contents
Camilleri provides an historical backdrop to the September 11 attacks arguing that the events were neither new nor surprising. He examines the aftermath of the attacks, considering the concepts of terrorism and anti-terrorism and posing the questions "Who is waging war on whom? Why? And how?" Camilleri outlines the key players in the war on terror and what he sees as US ambitions and strategies in this war. He argues that for the US the war on terror is a strategic tool in "the delicate task of alliance management and coalition building". Camilleri provides an historical backdrop to the September 11 attacks arguing that the events were neither new nor surprising. He examines the aftermath of the attacks, considering the concepts of terrorism and anti-terrorism and posing the questions "Who is waging war on whom? Why? And how?" Camilleri outlines the key players in the war on terror and what he sees as US ambitions and strategies.Curriculum Area: Society and Culture
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