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National Strategy for Combating Terrorism

National Strategy for Combating Terrorism

How Should the United States Prosecute Its War against Global Terrorism over the Next Several Years
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The White House
September 2006

Overview of America’s National Strategy for Combating Terrorism

Today’s Realities in the War on Terror

Today’s Terrorist Enemy

Strategic Vision for the War on Terror

Strategy for Winning the War on Terror

How Should The United States Prosecute Its War Against Global Terrorism Over The Next Several Years?

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The Global Regime for Terrorism

This page is part of the multimedia Global Governance Monitor from the International Institutions and Global Governance program.

Scope of the Challenge

Strengths and Weaknesses

U.S. and International Terrorism Policy Issues

Recent Developments

Options for Strengthening the Global Counterterrorism Regime

Scope of the Challenge

Remarks by the President at the National Defense University

National Defense University Fort McNair Washington, D.C. 2:01 P.M. EDT

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The London Bombings: How the U.S. and the U.K. Should Respond

How Should the United States Prosecute Its War against Global Terrorism over the Next Several Years

Although the July 7 London bombings were carried out by homegrownterrorists, the bombers were clearly part of a larger internationalnetwork. The fact that British citizens carried out the attacks isa wake-up call for Britain. The bombings must result in a seachange in how America's closest ally deals with Islamic extremists.

War on Terror

NATO-led international involvement in Afghanistan (2001–2014)

Fall of the Taliban government in Afghanistan

Destruction of al-Qaeda camps

Taliban insurgency

War in North-West Pakistan

Killing of Osama bin Laden

Death of Mohammed Omar

War in Afghanistan (2015–present)

Transfer of combat roles to Afghan Armed Forces

what does terrorism include and how should we protect ourselves in the next several years?

How Should the United States Prosecute Its War against Global Terrorism over the Next Several Years

The Illusion of War: Is Terrorism a Criminal Act or an Act of War?

“The victimization of people, be it for profit or on behalf of a cause, is a crime”

– Dr. Jennifer L. Hesterman

Introduction

The United States, United Kingdom, and Canada are significant forces in what currently constitutes the Western world. These three nations are closely linked through their overlapping history, ongoing diplomatic relations, and economic power. In short, these three nations are powerful global authorities. It is imperative to note, however, that the powerful and advantageous position held by these nations is not without tribulation. In modern history, Western powers such as the US, the UK, and Canada have been in conflict with international and domestic terrorist organizations that threaten to destroy the social foundations that these countries attribute to their success.

Prosecuting Terrorists after September 11

How Should the United States Prosecute Its War against Global Terrorism over the Next Several Years

The prosecution of alleged terrorists in U.S. civilian criminal courts and in new military tribunals has been fraught with controversy. U.S. federal courts have gradually asserted their role in the military tribunal process, and a case before the U.S. Supreme Court could make a major statement about the power of the U.S. presidency in prosecuting the war on terror.

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