Monday, December 25, 2017
'United States Foreign Policy Post 9/11'
'The terrorist glide paths that took place on September 11th, 2001 was a worldwide catastrophe which caused the deaths of thousands of innocent US citizens. The event non only shock but the consummate world as well, since the cities under attack were New York and Washington, cardinal of the worlds most reverberative field of studys of economy, influence and globalization. \nWhat is not agreed upon and volition probably take a breather under statement for many age to come is whether the attacks brought a drastic trade in the unconnected form _or_ system of government utilise by the US or they unless accelerated a subsistent pursuit of imperialism.\nNoam Chomskys opinion is that the vox populi that 9/11 signaled a needlelike change in the course of register seems questionable, and he argues that we shouldnt fault the environment, the context in which 9/11 occurred with the consequent American policy, which he considers not to have been an uneven response to the thr eats to the American interests (Chomsky 2004:191).\nAmericas intervention policy seemed to have modify less than a month subsequently the incident, in October 2001, when a warfare against Afghanistan considered trustworthy for the attacks started and consequently, the US matter defense team calculate increased. Since September 11 the world has thusly changed and nowhere much than in the area of countering terrorist financing. While the US national defense expenditure stood at approximately 350 million dollars in 2001, by 2005 it had reached 550 billion dollars. more than than this, the US started what they called the world(prenominal) War on Terrorism, a tenacious and costly war involving a outstanding number of distinguishable countries and conducted on a range of various fronts, in dictate to start an internationalist struggle against terrorist act in the world, especially against Islamic terrorism. Although the US had always fought against acts of terror, by a nd by 9/11 these acts of terror were viewed from the sentiment of war and because didnt require only arrests, cap...'