Terrorism and U.S. Foreign Policy

Terrorism and U.S. Foreign Policy

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ISBN: 0815700040 / Publisher: Brookings Institution Press, April 2001

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A former deputy chief of the Counterterrorist Center at the US Central Intelligence Agency, Brookings fellow Pillar argues that the only two significant terrorist attacks in the US at the time of his writings were not senseless at all. The first bombing of the World Trade Center and the Murrah Building, he says, were well calculated, hit carefully chosen targets, and addressed identifiable issues of the people who carried them out. Other reactions to attacks than uncompromising confrontation would better serve not only other interests of the US, he says, but also the war against terrorism itself. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com) Read More
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