• Us Strategy: the Next Step?
    killed along with his family in a US drone attack in North Waziristan about two weeks ago. Then again, on Wednesday, a militant group announced that Osama bin Ali bin Abdullah bin Damjan Al-Dawsari, another top Al Qaeda commander, had been killed in a drone attack in South Waziristan. Soon after Yazid’s...
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  • To what extent have recent post 9/11 developments affected the strength of al Qaeda?
    University of Exeter ARA 3158 - Armed Islamist Movements To what extent have recent post 9/11 developments affected the strength of al Qaeda? Abdullah Rifai Student Number: 600012806 Word Count: 2171 More than a decade after 9/11, a...
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  • Assgmnt
    As I see it, the United States and its allies can make a strong case that the main source of the problem is those who abuse their civilian status to attack truly innocent civilians and to prevent our military and other security forces from discharging their duties. In the longer run, we should work toward...
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  • Easier Said Than Done
    administration, but he has also continued several key components of the “Bush Doctrine,” being unable to ‘walk his talk.’ I argue that in the case of drone usage as a form of imminent threat defense, Obama is using legal defense started by the Bush administration and continuing to arm Unmanned Aerial Vehicle’s...
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  • Stairs
    so it is a proof itself that i am not PTI suporter ?:Suppose, your leader being a suprem commander of the armed forces order to strike down the drones, and after few days he goes to USA for fund raising:-) @Rajab Khan 1-First of all Imran Khan is not a "so called leader". He IS THE LEADER! Ok...
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  • Root Cause of Terrorism in Pakistan
    : Not only Pakistan but the whole world is facing the problems of prevailing terrorist activities in one or some other form. These activities and attacks are prevailing like the cancer in the whole world that may be the most developed nations or the third world countries. In Pakistan Some attribute the...
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  • Eng122 W5 a
    it. Of course, if the technology gets even more complex, then it would be virtually impossible to control the "nature" of the artificial entity. What i mean by this is that today's AI systems exhibit properties that weren't originally meant to have. This is known as "emergence". We don't know a priori...
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  • Essay
     Essay On Terrorism In Pakistan: Its Causes, Impacts And RemediesTerrorism In Pakistan: Its Causes, Impacts And Remedies Outline: • Introduction • What Is Terrorism • Islam’s Response To Terrorism: • Causes Of Terrorism: 1. Internal Causes a) Socio-Economic Causes i) Injustice: ii) Illiteracy: ...
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  • Weapons of Mass Destruction
    statement to people in the US, saying: "We have had a national tragedy. Two aeroplanes have crashed into the World Trade Center in an apparent terrorist attack on our country." 9.37am US time A third hijacked plane, American Airlines Flight 77, crashed into the US military headquarters in Washington DC. ...
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  • War on Drugs Policy Paper
    Proposal John Cox POL 300 June 5, 2011 Benjamin Webb Proposed Policy for Mexico and the United States The United States and Mexico are fighting what could be called a never-ending war, the war on the illegal drug trade. Drugs flow across the US-Mexico border seemingly unrestricted, even though both...
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  • ESSAY STRATEGIES
    The Diplomat Blogs PACIFIC MONEYEconomics and Business CHINA POWERA New World Order JAMES HOLMESThe Naval Diplomat FLASHPOINTSDiplomacy by Other Means ASEAN BEATInsights Into Half a Billons THE PULSEPerspectives on South Asia ASIA LIFEThe Other Asia-Pacific THE EDITORView from America TECH BIZ...
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  • Habeas Corpus
    various members, families, factions, and groups within civilizations and between civilizations. In ancient times, arguments would be resolved by crude means, means not limited to the powerful person using brute force to show he was in the right. The stronger person would always have, say for example, the first...
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  • Justice Research Paper
    the most devastating attack on American soil in modern times and the most hunted man in the world was killed in a fire-fight with United States forces in Pakistan. Osama Bin Laden, the former head of the Islamist militant group Al Qaeda, which is known for the September 11 attacks, was killed in Pakistan...
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  • Benghazi; An Attack On America
    T.Young Mrs. Schulte Composition 2 3 April 2014 Benghazi; An Attack on America In Benghazi, Libya, September 11, 2012, the United States consulate was attacked by terrorists affiliated with Al-Qaeda. Four brave Americans: Ambassador Chris Stevens, Sean Smith, Tyrone Woods, and Glenn Doherty,...
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  • Nfl Topic Notes
    Tunisia, the UAE, and Yemen.2 It has been State Department policy since 1958 to use the terms “Middle East” and “Near East” interchangeably.3 That means that this list of 19 countries/territories is probably the most appropriate one to use - indeed, it’s the one you’ll find listed on the State Department’s...
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  • Wwi Essay
    Carthage that no matter what the topic his speech in the senate he always ended with “Carthage must be destroyed” Cato the Elder, Rome 201 BC * (about Germanic tribes) “Such raids into Roman territory would hopefully keep the Romans off balance and preempt Roman attacks on their territories ...
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  • Can Pakistan Be the Key to the End of the War on Terror?
    Cold War, or today in the war on terrorism, the US wants the help of the Pakistanis. Unfortunately, the relationship has been rocky to say the least. What with economic sanctions, trade embargos and the burning of the American Embassy in Islamabad, many people who have been familiar with Pakistan for a...
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  • Moot Problem
    cluster munitions technology, and subsequently, developed Robo Cluster Storm XS191 which functions simultaneously as airborne „robotic spy drone‟ and a SWARM (Stabilized Weapon and Reconnaissance Mount) remote weapon system. The system weapon was developed to overcome the shortcomings...
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  • Terrorism
    Leader The definition of terrorism has proved controversial. However, most would agree, “terrorism is the systematic use of terror, especially as a means of coercion” (“Terrorism” Wikipedia). Then why is it that most people accuse the Muslim nations of terrorism? On the contrary, when other nations commit...
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  • “the War on Terror Has Been Counterproductive”. Discuss
    for years to come. The war on terror is used to describe this international military campaign that started as a reaction the September 11 terrorist attacks on the United States. The term “war on terror” was initially used to describe the post 9/11 war in Afghanistan against Al Qaeda and the Taliban but...
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