War & Conflict

The United Kingdom’s Counter Terrorism Strategy

Introduction On 1 July 2005 morning, London residents hurried unsuspectingly to their places of work. No one could have expected what awaited them at the railway terminus. Could they have known, may be what followed could not have happened. That morning, a terrorist bomb attack ripped through the terminus killing...

Irish Republican Army Overview: “Green Book”

Purpose This briefing contains an overview of the information that is contained in the IRA’s terrorist manual, code-named ‘The Green Book’. The manual was discovered recently when officers raided a suspected IRA hideout. The document appears to contain vital information about the recruitment and operations of the terrorist group. In...

Effectiveness of Israel’s Counter-Terrorism Measures in the Present Day

Introduction Terrorism as a topic has been widely studied and discussed in various disciplines, with the financial approach focusing on the effects it has on the economic field. There exist a number of counter-terrorism measures that have been adopted by different states depending on the threats that each pose to...

Causes of Terrorism: Economic Inequality and Poverty

Introduction The concealed realities about the augmenting international wars triggered by terrorism remain the most contested global predicament for several decades. The increasing international terrorism activities have always put nations’ security at stake with several militant activities focusing on possible remedies to avert the condition (Sen 2008). Researchers across the...

Terrorism in Africa

Introduction Several theorists had predicted differently about what the world would turn out to be after the end of the Cold War. Some believed that it was the end of history while others feared for the worst. Towards the end of the 20th century, fears of terrorist attacks dominated the...

Effectiveness of Palestinian Terrorism Tactics in Promoting National Identity

Introduction The issue of terrorism seized the global attention in the year 2001 when terrorist brought down the World Trade Centre in the city of New York. The two towers represented the U.S. enormous economic and military power. The attacks were well planned, synchronized and effected. The attack itself achieved...

Terrorism Threat and Response

Abstract In the spheres of global security, the principal concern over the last ten years has been terrorism. The subject of terrorism has been with us for as long as we can remember but it became a global issue after the 9/11 attack. Numerous approaches have been used to combat...

Australia and the Two Wars

The Kokoda campaign is obviously Australia’s most important World War Two (WWII) battle. Australia resisted Japanese troops from July to November 1942. Several factors were responsible for Australia’s triumph. This paper analyses the factors responsible for Australia’s victory and focuses on Japan’s disadvantages and Australia’s advantages. One of the Japanese’s...

The U.S. PATRIOT Act and Privacy Rights

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The Impact of the War in Yemen on the Country’s Economy

Introduction The incessant problem with wars consists in the fact that they always occur despite the fact that they are costly. The civil war in Yemen is a perfect representation of how the above statement can be validated (Ferris 35). The country is rather close to a humanitarian disaster due...

Which Security Policy Is Better: Realistic or Liberal?

Introduction In the contemporary political environment, preserving global peace and security is a critical concern. Civil wars, terrorism, and counterinsurgency require countries to apply effective policies for maintaining international security and preventing further escalation of conflicts. However, the approaches to global peace and security vary significantly between countries. Whereas the...

The Battle of Bastogne in WWII

Introduction The siege of Bastogne is, perhaps, one of the most famous battles that occurred during the WWII since it had crucial implications for the forces of the Allied Forces. The battle began in Bastogne, Belgium, and defined the outcomes of the war to a considerable extent. Particularly, it implied...

Legacies of Fascism and Nazism in Italian and German Politics

Fascism and Nazism are some of the most destructive and objectively evil political movements in the history of humanity. It is difficult to understand how such political movements came into power from a rational point of view. A deeper examination of the history of these countries is required to understand...

The Gulf War Illness, its Manifestation, Risk Factors, and Efforts of Eliminating it

Outline The reality of Gulf War Illness Treatment merit studies Its manifestation Gulf war ailments Risk factors, Anthrax vaccine Patient responses to treatment Pesticides The Gulf War Illness, its manifestation, risk factors and efforts of eliminating it The department of veteran affairs (2010) gave a testimony with the cooperation of...

Terrorism Training Overview

Overview Since September 11, 2001, first responders have made significant progress strengthening capabilities needed to defend the nation against the threat of WMD coupled with terrorist threats. The DHS national guidelines developed and implemented nationwide have provided a durable framework for multi-agency coordination and cooperation. This is important because terrorist...

Cyber Terrorism Is a Threat to Every Nation

Introduction The current level of improvement in technology, coupled with globalization, has made it possible for people to interact worldwide. The invention of the World Wide Web has made it possible for people to store, access, and share information around the world. This has seen improvements in trade relationships among...

People in Terrorism and the Essence of the Movement Today

Introduction Many psychologists and psychoanalysts in particular have made attempts to understand what terrorism is, the cause or motivation, and the general concept of terrorism. It seems that the need to understand terrorism and why people decide to join a given terrorist organization is very pertinent. This is because it...

U.S. Interagency Cooperation Against Terrorism

Thesis statement Interagency cooperation is necessary to win a war against terrorism. The United States has implemented this approach towards fighting terrorism. This study will answer the question of whether the U.S. interagency Cooperation has improved to effectively combat terrorist organizations and terrorism in general. There have been efforts applied...

Terrorism and Weapons of Mass Destruction

According to (Cole, 2000) Terrorism intends to terrify through intimidation that causes fear and causing psychological injury where the behavior of people is controlled. It is important for people to understand the properties of weapons used to cause mass destruction and how to reduced the negative effects caused by them...