http://english.people.com.cn/200609/04/eng20060904_299147.html Chinese, Russian police to hold first joint anti-terror drill in 2007 Chinese and Russian police are to hold a joint anti-terror drill in the Far East area of Russia next year, Russian Deputy Interior Minister Nikolai Ovchinnikov has announced … Read more . . .
http://www.thepeninsulaqatar.com/Display_news.asp?section=World_News&subsection=Rest+of+the+World&month=August2006&file=World_News2006082974537.xml China ratifies anti-terror agreement with Pakistan Web posted at: 8/29/2006 7:45:37 Source ::: AFP beijing ? China has signalled its high priority to combating terrorism, concluding a major military drill with Kazakhstan and ratifying an anti-terror pact with Pakistan, … Read more . . .
NATO Supports Russian Anti-terrorism Action in Chechnya December 7, 2002 http://english.peopledaily.com.cn/200212/07/eng20021207_108087.shtml NATO press secretary Yves Brodeur said on Friday that NATO has changed its position on Chechnya and supports the proper use of military force in combating terrorism in the … Read more . . .
"The 11 September 2001 terrorist attacks on New York and Washington thrust not only the United States but also the entire NATO Alliance into the fight against terrorism." See: … Read more . . .
19 September 2001 Bush to Lay out Case for Global Campaign Against Terrorism (President to speak to joint session of Congress September 20) (820) By Wendy S. Ross Washington File White House Correspondent Washington — President Bush plans to address … Read more . . .
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Pakistan Army Kills 30 Militants on Border By MUNIR AHMAD Associated Press Writer March 11, 2006 ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (AP) — Pakistani soldiers backed by helicopter gunships attacked a suspected militant hideout in Pakistan’s volatile tribal region near the Afghan border … Read more . . .
Is al Qaeda really a `threat’? BY ROHAN PEARCEFrom Green Left Weekly, September 10, 2003. Following the terrible 9/11 terrorist attacks, Washington seized on the shock and fear they produced to implement an aggressive renewed drive for world domination ? … Read more . . .
Bush announces open-ended global war on terrorism September 20, 2001 – In his state of the union speech, President Bush gives his nearly impossible non-negotiable demands to the Taliban to hand over all leaders of al Qaeda, hand over every … Read more . . .
—-THE NEED FOR CLARITY IN ASSESSING THE TERRORIST ACTS:Why The Acts May Or May Not Constitute War, Crimes, And War Crimes, And Why Definitions Matter By RUSSELL COVEY Tuesday, Sep. 25, 2001 Russell Dean Covey is an attorney at the … Read more . . .
The following article is certainly valuable to put "terrorism in perspective". Its main mistake is to claim that 9/11 was an act of "terrorism" in the traditional sense of the world. This is, however, merely an allegation (Webmaster)Read more . . .
Suppose You Wanted to Have a Permanent War June 12, 2003Robert Higgs I?ll concede that having a permanent war might seem an odd thing to want, but let’s put aside the “why? question for the time being, accepting that you wouldn’t … Read more . . .
Vice President’s Remarks at the 73rd National Convention of the Military Order of the Purple Heart University Plaza Hotel Springfield, Missouri Office of the Vice President August 18, 2005 12:46 P.M. CDT THE VICE PRESIDENT: Thank you. … Read more . . .
THE PRESIDENT: Thank you all. (Applause.) Thank you all very much. (Applause.) Thanks for the warm welcome. Glad I finally got here. (Applause.) You got a beautiful state. (Applause.) Full of really decent people. And Laura and I are thrilled to be here.Read more . . .
THE PRESIDENT: Thanks for the warm welcome. It’s my pleasure to be back here at Quantico, at the FBI Academy. I’m honored to be with so many courageous men and women who have stepped forward to protect our nation.Read more . . .
Police evacuate double-decker sightseeing bus July 24, 2005, 8:27 PM EDT Newsday,com AP New York NEW YORK — Police evacuated a double-decker tourist bus in midtown Manhattan on Sunday, handcuffing five men and searching about 60 passengers before determining there … Read more . . .
"International Terrorism" is a Contrived Threat Elias Davidsson, www.globalresearch.ca 26 November 2004 The URL of this article is: http://globalresearch.ca/articles/DAV411B.html According to the report Patterns of International Terrorism 2003, issued by the US Department of State on April 2004, thirty-five (35) … Read more . . .
The Daily Reckoning by Bill Bonner, 1 July 2005New Democracynewdemocracyworld.orgOn the front page of today’s Daily Mail is a story about a man whoconvinced people that he was a spy, that they were in danger, and thatthey needed him for … Read more . . .
President George W. Bush Addresses Nation, Discusses Iraq, War on Terror Office of the Press SecretaryJune 28, 2005http://www.whitehouse.gov/news/releases/2005/06/20050628-7.html Fort Bragg, North Carolina President’s Remarks 8:02 P.M. EDT THE PRESIDENT: Thank you. Please be seated. Good evening. I’m pleased to visit … Read more . . .
The expression war on terror "is not innocent and carries far-reaching implications for international law". See article by Fr … Read more . . .