International Terrorism - 1,431 words
INTERNATIONAL TERRORISM By John Freel. This was a very difficult project for me to carry out, coming from an area were racial discrimination is almost non existent were only sometimes does religious bigotry raise it's ugly head, but not nearly in the proportions of this project. Ku Klux Klan, is a secret terrorist organisation that originated in the southern states during the period of Reconstruction following the American Civil War and was reactivated on a wider geographic basis in the 20th century. The original Klan was organised in Pulaski, Tennessee, on December 24, 1865, by six former Confederate army officers who gave their society a name taken from the Greek word kuklos, which means c ...
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Domestic Terrorism - 1,643 words
Trent Kenmai 5/15/00 Over the past few years a new threat has been encountered by the United States. This threat does not come from away, but from within. It is know as domestic terrorism. This has been seen over the past decade in the form of violence and terrorism across the United States. This has become a threat to American security and the American people in general. To battle against this issue, Congress has upheld the Anti-Terrorism Act in 1996. One of the best examples on examining these acts of uproar can be viewed, seen and understood by studying the case of the Oklahoma bombing which occurred in 1996. Major newspaper headlines have also described the World Trade Center bombing, th ...
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Us Involovement In Korea - 768 words
The question of whether The United States was right to enter into the Korean war is not a geomilitary question, but rather an ethical one. Was the US just in their decision? To respond to this dilemma, we look to Just War Theory as our guide. Just War Theory denotes the inevitability of war, distinguishing between a moral and immoral war. The basic qualifications for a Just war involve a defensive or Punitive war. An offensive war is usually the immoral one. Aristotle helps to justify Just War Theory with his notion that, "No one chooses to be at war or provokes war for the sake of warWe make war that we may live at peace." In the late 1940's, the United States viewed the Soviet threat in re ...
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Aum Suprene Truth - 1,033 words
On March 20, 1995 a nerve gas believed to be sarin was released in Tokyo. The gas was released in several commuter trains throughout the Tokyo metropolitan area, killing six, and injuring twelve hundred others. This act, described by local authorities as "a case of organized and indiscriminate murder, but one item in a string of crimes committed by the doomsday religious cult Aum Shinri Kyo (Aum Supreme Truth). At about 8:15 A.M. Tokyo time, packages left on several commuter trains throughout Tokyo released a deadly nerve gas. The subway stations initially cited to be affected were Tsukiji, Kasumigaseki, Kamiacho, Kokkai-gijidomae, Hibia, Hacchobori, Kodenmacho, Nakano-Sakaue, Akasakamitsuke ...
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Regans Tax Cuts - 1,350 words
The Reagan Tax Cuts and Foreign Policy During the 1980s President Ronald Reagans (our 40th president from 1981 to 1989) domestic policy of a substantial tax cut led to greatly increased economic prosperity for our country. During Reagans administration marked changes were made to the tax code and economic statistics showed a major change for the better. However, at the same time, the Democrats controlled the Congress and continued increased spending against Reagans wishes. The Joint Economic Committee stated that an across-the-board tax cut was not new. In the 20s the Mellon tax cuts were implemented by Secretary of Treasury Andrew Mellon during the Administrations of Hoover, Harding, and Co ...
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Cia - 1,254 words
Thesis Statement: The Central Intelligence Agency not only evaluates and gathers information about the safety of the country but also directs tasks of other agencies in the intelligence community. Have you ever wondered what the Central Intelligence Agency(CIA) really does? Most people do not know the importance of this agency in maintaining and securing the safety of our country. The Central Intelligence Agency not only evaluates and gathers information about the safety of the country but also directs tasks of other agencies in the intelligence community. The birth of the CIA actually occurred because of the surprise bombing of Pearl Harbor by the Japanese in 1941(Tully 8). This attack, whi ...
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Terrorism - 1,309 words
Terrorism is becoming more and more of a threat to Americans both at home and abroad. International terrorism happens when terrorism occurs out of our country. An example of an International terrorist is Osama bin Laden. Laden is the worlds most dangerous terrorist. Laden shows genocidal tendency by killing Americans through-out the world from the bombings of the World Trade Center to the embassy bombings in Africa. The African blasts killed more than 250 people. The FBI has been tracking him for more that four years and they still couldn't stop him from striking Americans overseas and can't stop him now with the current foreign policy that has been adopted. He feels that all Christians and ...
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Terrorism As An International Phenomenon - 1,362 words
Terrorism as an International Phenomenon International terrorism, intelligence gathering and covert operations are all phenomenon, which intrigue the minds of many people both young and old. This paper is a historical recount and study on the various elements that comprise an international operation. It is also a vehicle for discussing the effects of intelligence agencies around the world, with particular interest in the CIA, Mossad, and KGB. This paper will show the various results of failed missions on the international community, examining whether the end justified the mean. Furthermore, it will also provide a deeper understanding to the way in which an operation works as developed throug ...
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Terrorism As An International Phenomenon - 1,337 words
... fied during a mission in 1973 in Lebanon. An Israeli combatant had to get himself into Lebanon, which is a bitter nemesis of Israel. Mossad had decided to assassinate three major terrorist leaders in Fatah, a Lebanese based international terrorism organization. Through intelligence gathered earlier Mossad had decided these three men: Abou Yousef, Kamal Adwan, and Kamal Nasser, because of their undeniable leadership in earlier terrorist attacks on Israeli Citizens. Furthermore, a PLO mine factory, the headquarters of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), an RPG projectile factory, and a petrol reservoir and garage were also targets . Mossad utilized various businesses ...
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Terrorisms Increasingly Lethality - 1,792 words
... imated $550 million in both damages to the twin tower and in lost revenue to the business housed there31--as the more "high-tech" devices constructed out of military ordnance, with timing devices powered by computer micro-chips and detonated by sophisticated timing mechanisms used by their "professional" counterparts.32 Finally, while on the one hand terrorism is attracting "amateurs," on the other hand the sophistication and operational competence of the "professional" terrorists is also increasing. These "professionals" are becoming demonstrably more adept in their trade craft of death and destruction; more formidable in their abilities of tactical modification, adjustment and innovati ...
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Terrorism Position Paper - 581 words
Measures To Eliminate International Terrorism Terrorism has been an international nuisance for an extremely long time. Terrorism has been used to express political and religious beliefs, in retaliation for certain wrongdoing, and in other cases for the specific purposes of intimidating and injuring people. Nearly all nations are and have been effected by terrorism in one way or another. Some nations have been victimized others have actually been sponsors and the majority has seen their citizens stricken with the that they cannot be protected by their government from terrorism. Seeing as how one of the United Nations many goals is to protect innocent citizens, the United Nations has made many ...
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Terrorisma Modern Scourge - 1,043 words
Terrorism has become a part of modern life. Hijackings, bombings, and assassinations on different continents of the world may seem like isolated attacks, but they reflect an easy reliance on violence as a way to promote social, political, and religious change. They are elements of a pervasive end justifies the means philosophy being followed to its most perverse conclusions. International terrorism has become the scourge of all democratic governments. These democratic governments are accustomed to dealing within a legal structure, often find it difficult to deal with criminals and terrorists that routinely operate outside of the law. However, deterrence is just as much a part of justice as p ...
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Terrorism - 1,243 words
I know the assignment was to deal with a certain aspect of terrorism, but I can't seem to keep my opinions based on one kind without comparing it to other acts of terrorism. Terrorism is defined in Webster's New World Dictionary as, "to use force or threats to intimidate, etc., especially as a political policy." Intimidate is similarly defined as, "to make afraid, as with threats." Threats is a common word used in both definitions and when people are threatened, they feel terror therefore they are terrorized. Terrorism doesn't always come with the stereotypical Russians or Middle Eastern rebels that want to attack the US. Terror can come from all ages, races, political beliefs, and countries ...
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Terrorism - 1,217 words
... uns is not the answer to solving school violence. Large inner city schools have metal detectors at the doors but sometimes that doesn't stop all the potentially harmful objects from entering the school. It is a step in the right direction but not all schools need them so desperately or can't afford them. For now, we need to try to deal with it as it comes and maybe educate the teachers on what to do in different types of terrorist attacks. Attacks on abortion clinics are terroristic too. I am not going to get in hard on my beliefs because that is not the topic and it could be a whole other paper in its self. I want to say that I am firmly against the idea of abortion and my views may be ...
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Southern Cyprus - 2,106 words
Southern Cyprus as Terrorist State The most insidious and nefarious partner of terrorism against Turkey is Southern Cyprus. I will not deal in this work with the EOKA murders directed at the British and the Turkish Cypriots perpetrated by the "Southern Cypriots" striving for the union of the island with Greece, how the Southern Cypriots accommodated the Armenian ASALA organization, and got them to kill the Turkish diplomats. Here I will only disclose the relations of the "Southern Cypriot" administration with the Marxist-Leninist Maoist terrorist organization PKK. The reason why the rulers of "Southern Cyprus" embraced the ASALA and the PKK for 20 years is the hatred of Makarios for the Turk ...
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Southern Cyprus - 2,135 words
... had stated regarding the Kurdish movement that they would give full support to the struggle of the Kurdish people. After the "Kurdistan Solidarity Committee" was established and became active, the material support of the "Southern Cypriot" administration to the Kurds was provided through different ways: It had been established that in July 1990, the "Orbit" company belonging to an Armenian in Limasol, had provided weapons to the PKK, and Venyamin that time Interior Minister, had organized these activities, and weapons coming from the third countries had been transferred to Limasol in the container ships belonging to the "Orbit" Company. . The Corpse of a Greek officer in uniform whose co ...
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The "phenomenon" Of Greece - 2,834 words
... The World Coordination Committee for the Cyprus Struggle, 8. The Pireaus Cypriot Association, 9. The PanCyprus United Students Union(PEOF), 10. The Greek Women's Movement, 11. The Democratic Front of the Cypriot Students in Thessaloniki, 12. The Cypriot Students Association in Thessaloniki (EKF), 13. The Students' Union of National Cypriots in Thessaloniki, 14. Thessaloniki Greek Cypriot University Graduates Association, 15: The Cyprus Association of the Relatives of the Greek Captives, 16. The Greek Committee for the Relatives of the Lost Persons, 17. The Cypriots Association in Greece, 18. The Solidarity Association for the Cypriot Struggle (SAK), 19. The PanHellenic Committee for the ...
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Mad Cowboy - 1,207 words
... committed was omitting all these oppositions and unanswered questions about the connection between BSE and CJD and presented what he had as definitive proof. To the notion that CJD will become an epidemic worse than AIDS I must laugh. There has never been a case of BSE of CJD ever in the US, and even in the BSE Heyday 1997 there was only 12 reported cases of CJD that year. You have a higher rate of dieing walking down the streets then you do from CJD. Since then cases of BSE have been on a rapid decline, and now researchers and even the CJD surveillance group are questioning if the influx of CJD was due to the rise in the disease itself or caused by the improvements in diagnoses, techniq ...
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Freudian Division Of Mind Applied To Characters Of Lord Of The Flies - 1,062 words
... e reality principle and satisfies the urges of the Id in a reasonable manner or suppresses them. Another quote from David B. Stevenson, it describes the role of the Ego. The reality principle simply means an understanding of what is allowed by society and is realistically possible. To satisfy an urge in a reasonable manner is to, for instance, in the desire of meat, catching a fish or a crab instead of brutally murdering a mother pig. The more Super Ego side of the Ego can be seen when Ralph says, You pinched Piggys specs. Youve got to give them backYou played a dirty trick-wed have given you fire if youd asked for itYou could have had fire whenever you wanted. But you didnt. You came sn ...
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Retaliation: Not An Easy Choice - 1,041 words
... diplomatic interventions such as sanctions and use its military, the refugee problem would turn horrendous. Afghanistans fear of an imminent armed forces assault would exert a pull on this problem. The 3.6 million refugees currently housed in Pakistan, Iran and other countries would obviously grow. Diplomatic intervention would also be preferred over Afghanistan civilian casualties. Whether directly from military fire or indirectly through famine, civilian casualties could boost anti-American sentiment in the region, giving more political power to bin Laden and the Taliban. Images of the lifeless civilians also could erode public support for the campaign inside the United States. The Bu ...
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