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n African Security Review - US counter-terrorism policies in Africa are counter to development : commentary

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Extracted from text ... US counter-terrorism policies in Africa are counter to development Robert Tynes* * Robert Tynes is a faculty member of Language and Thinking at Bard College and a PhD candidate in Political Science at the Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy, State University of New York, Albany. Terrorism is the central threat to the world today. At least that's the way the US government sees it. According to the Bush administration, the danger emanates less from superpower states and more from weak, 'failing' states. The logic is that autocratic governments foster, breed, and provide safe havens for terrorists - ..

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2006-01-01
2016-12-04
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