Afghanistan, terrorism, and American and Australian responses
The war against terror in Afghanistan has indeed been complex and multi-dimensional. On the one hand the situation in Afghanistan demanded it, not only to eliminate an important source of international terrorism but also to help the Afghan people to liberate themselves from the brutal, medievalist rule of the Taliban and their foreign supporters. This may well prove to be one of the most positive outcomes of the US-led military intervention. On the other hand, there is a danger that this...[Show more]
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