Unintended Consequences Of The Global War On Terror
Prof. Greg Barton, Chair In Global Islamic Politics, Deakin University
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The Global War on Terror was launched in response to the September 11 terror attacks in New York, activating multi-lateral international action and cooperation to counter-terrorism. But have these initiatives had the intended effect? We discuss the lessons that can be drawn from the Global War on Terror two decades post 9/11.
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Produced by: Philip See
Presented by: Shazana Mokhtar, Noelle Lim, Khoo Hsu Chuang
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