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The practical guide to humanitarian law-Francoise Bouchet Saulnier 2002
International Relations and world politics-Paul R.Viotti, Mark V.Kauppi 2007
Human rights in the World community- Richard Pierre Claude, Burns H. Weston 2006
The united nations and the maintenance of international security, A challenge to be met, second edition –James S. Sutterlin 2003
Civil wars insecurity and Intervention-Barbara F. Walter and Jack Snyder
International Relations third edition -Joshua S.Goldstein 1999
International relations fifth edition-Joshua S. Goldstein 2003

A year after September 11 Bush administration issued a document stating “ as a matter of common sense and self defence, America will act against emerging threats before they are fully formed” www.whitehouse.gov/nsc/print/nsall.html

Doubts about the motives behind the U.S.-led war on terrorism abound, and a growing percentage of Europeans want foreign policy and security arrangements independent from the United States

Osama bin Laden, however, is viewed favorably by large percentages in Pakistan (65%), Jordan (55%) and Morocco (45%). Even in Turkey, where bin Laden is highly unpopular, as many as 31% say that suicide attacks against Americans and other Westerners in Iraq are justifiable

Majorities in all four Muslim nations surveyed doubt the sincerity of the war on terrorism. Instead, most say it is an effort to control Mideast oil and to dominate the world.

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