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September 11

Discussion in 'International Forum' started by Davie S.M, Sep 11, 2012.

  1. Davie S.M

    Davie S.M JF-Expert Member

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    After 11yrs ,world that continues to grow more dangerous and a U.S. national Security failed..and some experts warn that not only is another attack imminent, but that the United States may be distracted from the threats that matter most.

    The U.S. needs to clarify its goals in Afghanistan and be more consistent in its messaging to Pakistan. Pakistan, for its part, continues to serve as a safe haven for terrorist groups such as Lashkar-e-Taiba, the Taliban, and the Haqqani network, threatening to jeopardize everything the U.S. has fought for in Afghanistan since 9/11.

    As the U.S. withdraws from Iraq and Afghanistan, the world is not becoming a safer place. Iran and North Korea continue to invest in nuclear, Syria is wracked by civil war and has the potential to destabilize the entire Middle East. The world order relies on the U.S. being able to project its stabilizing presence.

    It has been 11 years since the tragedy of 9/11. While the U.S. has made great strides, the threat of terrorism has not yet abated. Both at US and Nato, America needs an enduring and sustainable counterterrorism enterprise capable of responding to future emerging threats.

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    kwamwewe JF-Expert Member

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  3. mwakaboko

    mwakaboko JF-Expert Member

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    ala kumbe leo ni september 11, nilisahau asante kwa kunikumbusha
  4. mtotowamjini

    mtotowamjini JF-Expert Member

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    is afghanistan or pakistan more of a threat today than say Iran and North Korea? If not then why arent the west going for the real threat...North Korea have nuclear weapons and they could start a war anytime, Iran are pursuing or in the proceses of making nuclear weapons and all we are doing is sit back and watch