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Title: Where Are We In The War On Terrorism? [essay]
Authors: Evans, Gareth
Keywords: Australian
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Iraq
Israeli
Baghdad
Afghanistan
President George Bush
Saddam Hussein
Pakistan
International Crisis Group
Arab-Islamic
Palestinians
Turkey
Muslim
Madrid
Spain
ETA
United States
United Kingdom
Australia
al Qaeda
France
Osama bin Laden
Jemaaah Islamiyah
Indonesia
South-East Asia
Saudi Arabia
European
Geneva
Greater Middle East
Islam
Issue Date: May-2004
Publisher: Australian Book Review
Citation: Evans, Gareth 2004. Where Are We In The War On Terrorism? 'Australian Book Review', No 261, May, 13-16.
Series/Report no.: Australian Book Review No. 261
Abstract: It is hard to avoid the assessment that the most visible product to date of the war on terrorism has been nothing much more, or less, than more war and more terror. The unhappy reality since September 11 seems to be that all our major cities, and concentrations of Westerners anywhere, are as vulnerable as ever; the capacity of terrorist actors to do harm is as great as ever; their motivations are as great as ever; their identity is as elusive as ever; international cooperation is as fragile as ever; and international policy priorities are as misplaced as ever.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2328/336
ISSN: 0155-2864
Appears in Collections:No 261 - May, 2004

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