Criminal Insurgency in the Americas and Beyond
Center for a New American Security Washington United States
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Even before the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, the global context for American security policy was changing. While the traditional state-based international system continued to function and the United States reacted to challenges by states in conventional ways for example, by invading Afghanistan and Iraq after 911, a cascade of enormous technological and social change was revolutionizing international affairs.
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