Shuja, Sharif M.
May 2002
Contemporary Review;May2002, Vol. 280 Issue 1636, p278
Literary Criticism
Focuses on the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in the U.S. that led to the reassessment of the nation's defense and foreign policies. Countries accused of developing weapons for terrorists; Information on the military and economic strength of the U.S.; Details of the plan to establish a National Missile Defense system for the country.


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