TEN: The Campaign against Terrorism: Finding the Right Mix of Foreign Policy Instruments

McCallie, Marshall F.
January 2002
Defeating Terrorism: Strategic Issue Analyses;1/1/2002, p47
Book Chapter
Chapter 10 of the book "Defeating Terrorism: Strategic Issue Analysis" is presented. The chapter highlights the role of the United Nations in the fight against terrorism. It is stated that the U.S. must work upon its relations with other countries to maintain its stable position across the globe. Major factors which should be considered for the future of the U.S. include a strong democracy, improved domestic security, and a strong defensive system.


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