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War on Terror

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This chapter on war on terror examines three dimensions: First, the war appears to be lawless, though it is not. Second, the war on terrorism is primarily a US war against Muslim militants. Third, the war on terrorism has been privatized, generating strong corporate interests. The chapter on negotiated solutions offers the example of Quebec to show that terrorism can be dramatically preempted if the principal suppressive state and the aggrieved population determine to resolve a self-determination dispute through peaceful solutions. The free state solutions chapter analyzes the possible reduction in triangular terrorism as nation-states move towards Free State. If Jews and Muslims in the Middle East abandon the divisive concept of the nation-state fortified with soldiers and walls, and if they strive toward building Free States in a prosperous, multi-ethnic, and multi-religious region, they would set an example for other parts of the world, including Russia-Chechnya, and India Pakistan-Kashmir.

Keywords: aggrieved population; free state solutions; Jews; Muslim militants; negotiated solutions; Quebec; triangular terrorism; war of terror



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