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Beinart, Peter
April 2002
New Republic;4/22/2002, Vol. 226 Issue 15, p6
Explains that the U.S. foreign policy since the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks has been shaped by the language and concept of the war on terrorism. Move of several countries to adopt the concept of the war on terrorism to deal with insurgencies and terrorist groups in their territories; Difference between rebel movements in Palestine, Chechnya, Russia and Kashmir, India and the Al Qaeda terrorist network; Social impacts of the military campaigns launched in support of the war on terrorism.


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