Point: Canada Should Maintain its Involvement in the War on Terror

Renneboog, Richard
December 2018
Canadian Points of View: War on Terror;12/1/2018, p2
The article presents an argument for continued Canadian participation in the War on Terror. The author argues that the war is an unconventional one which will not have a definitive end, but that Canada should continue to protect its citizens from the threat of terrorism. Particular focus is given to the use of fear as a weapon in traditional and nontraditional combat situations. The challenges connected with waging ideological warfare are explored.


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