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  1. Debate: UN Committee on Counter Terrorism (10,239 bytes)
    3: ...Terrorism an effective tool against international terrorism? ===
    24: ...f 9/11 in New York, have shown that the threat of terrorism is now a truly international one. Countering the ...
    27: ...provide more help to countries in need of counter-terrorism support than the CTC has requested, and so has pr...
    34: ... the leading international coordinator of counter terrorism activity. As the UN says,
    44: ...s established new global norms against terrorism. Terrorism is now viewed as a global problem, not just a con...
  2. Debate: US-Russian cooperation on counter-terrorism (10,861 bytes)
    3: === Is US-Russian cooperation on counter-terrorism possible and desirable? ===
    11: ...ia and America have a common enemy: international terrorism. Both countries are interested in the reduction o...
    23: ...legacy of the cold war ended long ago. The war on terrorism was a push that helped two states and the world c...
    33: ...ted States and Russia in the war on international terrorism. Russia's territory is vital; Iran, Iraq, Afghani...
    36: ...iance of convenience for the period of the war on terrorism.
  3. Portal:War on terrorism (987 bytes)
    1: ...batepedia that is relevant to topic of the war on terrorism. It is a place for you and other users to better ...
    4: ...pedia.org/wiki/War_on_Terrorism Wikipedia: War on Terrorism]
    5: ....com/SPECIALS/2001/trade.center/ CNN: War Against Terrorism]
    6: ...ficial&client=firefox-a Google's results: "War on terrorism"]
    12: *[[:Category:War on terrorism]] - which is a sister page to this one, where art...
  4. Portal:Terrorism (969 bytes)
    1: ...ation on Debatepedia that is relevant to topic of terrorism. It is a place for you and other users to better ...
    4: ...pedia.org/wiki/War_on_Terrorism Wikipedia: War on Terrorism]
    5: ....com/SPECIALS/2001/trade.center/ CNN: War Against Terrorism]
    6: ...ficial&client=firefox-a Google's results: "War on terrorism"]
    12: *[[:Category:Terrorism]] - which is a sister page to this one, where art...
  5. Argument: The partitioning of Iraq would benefit counter-terrorism efforts there (1,369 bytes)
    6: *'''The US could still deploy counter-terrorism operations into Iraq (possibly from a Kurdistan):...
  6. Debate: Has globalization worsened international terrorism? (4,140 bytes)
    6: ...d that globalization's discontents are turning to terrorism.
    15: ...er-terrorism: Does globalization increase counter-terrorism cooperation?===
    34: ...'''Globalization improves coordination on counter-terrorism.''' Improving the coordination among governments ...
    40: ...lobalization increase education and does this cut terrorism?===
    46: ...cated and probably quite weak. Instead of viewing terrorism as a direct response to low market opportunities ...
  7. Argument: If released, many Guantanamo detainees will return to terrorism (4,657 bytes)
  8. Argument: Turkey's EU membership would help the fight against terrorism (1,391 bytes)
    4: ...cy, strengthen it as an ally in the fight against terrorism, and foster liberalization in the Islamic world.
  9. Argument: The "Bomb in Turban" cartoon wrongly associated Islam with terrorism (729 bytes)
  10. Argument: The "Bomb in Turban" addresses parts of Islam that inspire terrorism (776 bytes)
  11. Argument: US troops in Iraq fuel anti-Americanism and terrorism globally (771 bytes)
  12. Argument: The US can back anti-terrorism allies in and around Iraq after leaving (1,131 bytes)
  13. Argument: The PA does little to fight terrorism; it deserves no protections from assassinations (1,364 bytes)
    4: ...derscored the Palestinian responsibility to fight terrorism using its twelve-branch security apparatus, creat...
  14. Argument: Assassinating terrorists only breeds greater resentment and terrorism (4,366 bytes)
  15. Argument: Assassinations don't incite terrorism; terrorists are already fully motivated (650 bytes)
  16. Argument: Assassinations protect publics from terrorism; even while hard to measure (1,639 bytes)
    5: ...oval. "Ticking bomb," a well-known term in counterterrorism jargon, refers to a terrorist or a group of terro...
  17. Argument: There is no evidence that assassinations effectively reduce terrorism (1,813 bytes)
    5: ...rgeted killing has not been effective in stopping terrorism. Political entities promoting terror against Isra...
  18. Debate: Does Islam justify terrorism? (7,810 bytes)
    13: ===Does Quran provide justification for terrorism?===
    69: ...ay. Not a single verse in the holy Quran supports terrorism. Many people mention verses from the Holy Book an...
    71: ...ns lead to an idea that Islam breeds and supports terrorism but it is very untrue and crazy idea.''
    153: *[[Debate: Can terrorism ever be justified?]]
    160: [[Category:Terrorism]]
  19. Argument: Israeli attacks on Gaza feed extremist resentment and terrorism (5,325 bytes)
  20. Argument: Israeli assault was proportional to years of Hamas rocket terrorism (1,829 bytes)

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  1. Welcome to Debatepedia! (12,636 bytes)
    74: ... | [[:Category:War| War]] | [[:Category:Terrorism|Terrorism]]'''[[Image:Earth.jpg|right|170px]]
  2. Debate: Assassination of a Dictator (58,310 bytes)
    115: .../EDGK65QPC41.DTL Abraham D. Sofaer. "Responses to Terrorism. Targeted killing is a necessary option.". San Fr...
    195: ...r cause. In such situations, the best response to terrorism is to go on a counter-offensive, that is, to elim...
    203: ...eady fully motivated| Assassinations don't incite terrorism; terrorists are already fully motivated]]'''. [ht...
    205: ...oval. "Ticking bomb," a well-known term in counterterrorism jargon, refers to a terrorist or a group of terro...
    212: ...ing terrorists only breeds greater resentment and terrorism]]''' [http://www.meforum.org/article/515 Gal Luft...
  3. Debate: War in Afghanistan (20,517 bytes)
    32: ...ourt for "unlawful use of force" - in other words terrorism. There are no accurate figures for how many innoc...
    73: ...deterrent to other regimes thinking of supporting terrorism. If it is clear that allowing attacks upon other ...
    133: * [http://www.brook.edu/fp/projects/terrorism/terrorism.htm The Brookings Institute]
    155: [[Category:Terrorism]]
  4. Debate: Remote-control warfare (10,404 bytes)
    87: *'''"Surgical" killings won't root out terrorism,''' says Spencer Ackerman. "What we've learned, a...
  5. Debate: Capitalism vs socialism (112,994 bytes)
    217: ...Propaganda/dp/0896081346 The Real Terror Network: Terrorism in Fact and Propaganda] by Edward Herman and see ...
  6. Debate: Is a little corruption acceptable in developing countries? (10,293 bytes)
    76: .../www.american.edu/traccc/ American University’s Terrorism, Transnational Crime and Corruption Centre]
  7. Debate: UN Committee on Counter Terrorism (10,239 bytes)
    3: ...Terrorism an effective tool against international terrorism? ===
    24: ...f 9/11 in New York, have shown that the threat of terrorism is now a truly international one. Countering the ...
    27: ...provide more help to countries in need of counter-terrorism support than the CTC has requested, and so has pr...
    34: ... the leading international coordinator of counter terrorism activity. As the UN says,
    44: ...s established new global norms against terrorism. Terrorism is now viewed as a global problem, not just a con...
  8. Debate: Imposition of democracy (14,393 bytes)
    53: The worldwide threat from terrorism would be reduced by limiting those states willing...
  9. Debate: European defence spending (23,682 bytes)
    48: ...yone knows that Europe faces many new dangers – terrorism foremost amongst them. These dangers require expe...
  10. Debate: Intervention to prevent failed states (17,074 bytes)
    61: ...tes as reservoirs from which refugees, narcotics, terrorism, illegal diamonds, etc. are exported means that t...
    104: ...t7967/sebastian-mallaby/the-reluctant-imperialist-terrorism-failed-states-and-the-case-for-american-empire.ht...
  11. Debate: Identity Cards (22,164 bytes)
    230: [[Category:Terrorism]]
  12. Debate: International Criminal Court (69,786 bytes)
    304: ... the use of military tribunals in the war against terrorism could lead to suggestions of a double standard on...
  13. Debate: Invasion of Iraq (19,635 bytes)
    15: ...uction (WMD), to end Saddam Hussein's support for terrorism, and to free the Iraqi people."[16] According to ...
    17: ...than going to war, and 62% believed the threat of terrorism would increase in the event of war.[21] The invas...
  14. Debate: Withdrawing from Iraq (136,561 bytes)
    12: ...ti-occupation insurgency, sectarian violence, and terrorism emerged in Iraq in subsequent years. Violence in ...
    67: ...uthorization to invade Iraq, which posed no clear terrorism threat.
    311: ...d around Iraq after leaving| The US can back anti-terrorism efforts in and around Iraq after leaving]]''' The...
    313: ...oalition troops in Iraq fuel anti-Americanism and terrorism globally]]''' Foreign troops in Iraq anger Muslim...
    315: ...over-stretched America to focus on a broader anti-terrorism strategy, aimed at building democracies and promo...
  15. Debate: Kashmir self determination (8,786 bytes)
    67: .../jandk/terrorist_outfits/Hurriyat.htm# South Asia Terrorism Portal]
  16. Debate: Mini-nukes development in the United States (25,390 bytes)
    11: ...of the Soviet Union and the rise of international terrorism and rogue nations as the key concerns of the USA,...
  17. Debate: National Missile Defense (8,187 bytes)
    11: ...g the United States from being subject to nuclear terrorism by a so-called rogue state. In 1996, NMD was desi...
  18. Debate: NATO expansion (39,633 bytes)
    11: ...ssia holds a pivotal role in the alliance against terrorism and President Vladimir Putin has evinced signific...
  19. Debate: Negotiating with terrorist groups (8,712 bytes)
    11: ...clearly the terms of the motion: what constitutes terrorism? And what does it mean to negotiate? The best deb...
    26: .... In many cases, the political situation in which terrorism takes place is far more complex, and it is far le...
    33: ...t. In the case of prolonged internal campaigns of terrorism, the promise of negotiations can be used as a bar...
    36: ...nd that groups abandon violence and cease acts of terrorism before negotiations can even be considered.
    43: ...political disagreements that run back many years; terrorism is often fuelled by a historic culture of hatred ...
  20. Debate: Abolition of nuclear weapons (31,585 bytes)
    56: ...ntly willing to kill themselves to commit acts of terrorism. Therefore, the threat of retaliatory death and d...
    212: ...-terrorism.html "Nuclear Deterrence in the Age of Terrorism". The Yankee Sailor. April 28, 2006]

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