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?
The events that unfolded on that fateful day brought to the fore a number of problems which have to date been unresolved.
Terrorism came in the wake of the 9/11 event and hence the world suffered on more than a single count.
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.
America believes that the major culprits behind 9/11 Osama and Mulla Omar (Taliban leader) are currently operating from the Afghan-Pakistan borders.
In order to seize Laden and Mulla Omar and also to destroy Taliban from Afghanistan, America started the Afghan war immediately......
Afterward, the President introduced the concept of ‘War on Terror’.
By introducing this concept the President characterized terrorism as any action which the U. assumes endangers liberty, sovereignty, and the American way of life, further declaring that those who support such acts are terrorists themselves.