Introduction by Ambassador Francis X. Taylor

April 2002
Patterns of Global Terrorism;2002, pv
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The article focuses on the effort of the U.S. government to fight terrorism in the aftermath of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. The author emphasizes that the international cooperation and common resolve to fight terrorism paved the way for the liberation of Afghanistan. However, he concedes that the initial success of the U.S. government does not guarantee the elimination of terrorism in Afghanistan and in other parts of the world.


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