Terrorism a Summary- S4L99-student

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7/7/11 Click to edit Master subtitle style Terrorism: A Summary
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7/7/11 What is terrorism?
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7/7/11 What is terrorism?
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7/7/11 Looking to the future . . . What is the greatest threat in the fight against terror?
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7/7/11 1. 2. 3. 4.
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7/7/11 Pulling up the “roots” of terrorism Poverty Unemployment Backwardness Inequality
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7/7/11 What is the solution? West contribute more $ to development & welfare of “less fortunate”
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7/7/11 Pulling up the “roots” of terrorism The Local Element Ethnic, nationalist, religious, & tribal loyalties & conflicts
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7/7/11 Pulling up the “roots” of terrorism The Local Element Ethnic, nationalist, religious, & tribal loyalties & conflicts However, al-Qaeda was not formed over a territorial dispute but over a feeling of national “Terrorists with global ambitions cannot be appeased by territorial concessions” –Laqueur, 215
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7/7/11 Is Islamic terrorism “the” threat of the future?
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7/7/11 “The Americans only have predications and old intelligence left. It will take them a long time to
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Unformatted text preview: understand the new form of AlQaeda (Thabet bin Qais, in Hoffman, 2006, 208) 7/7/11 Islamic Terrorism Has this form of terrorism almost run its course? Salafi burnout Setbacks 7/7/11 Islamic Terrorism Will patience & time solve the 2nd generation threat? 7/7/11 Hoffman Ignorance & prejudice? Wishful thinking? Failure to think like the enemy? Failure to transcend nationalist intelligence efforts? Inability to adapt to changing nature of terrorism? Apathy: The Local element Impatience: Islamic fervor will not last Greater desire to be loved than respected The threat of the second generation radicalization Misinterpretation of innate nature of human violence Laqueur 7/7/11 Killing the Shark in the Water To defeat terrorism: Deny the enemy sanctuary Elimination of enemy freedom of movement Denial of enemy resources and support...
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This note was uploaded on 07/02/2011 for the course POLI 391T taught by Professor Beaudoin during the Spring '11 term at South Carolina.

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