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Title: the impact of the 9/11 on the U.S Foreign Policy
Authors: Boukhallat Abdelhak
Keywords: Impact- 9/11 Events- U.S. Foreign Policy- Political Conduct- Foreign Affairs- Strategies- Political Act- Political System.
Issue Date: 30-Nov-2014
Abstract: This research is about the impact of the 9/11 events on the American foreign policy towards the world. Thus, we focus on the effect of these events on the American foreign political visions and strategies. In addition, the September 11th events are considered as a historical reference in changing the direction of the American foreign policy. So, through this research we see if the American foreign policy has been changed or not in the aftermath of the former events. We hypothesize that the U.S. foreign policy has not been changed since America cannot live without an external enemy and also since its foreign policy is based up to the local and international interests. At the end of this research, we have concluded that America cannot really live without an external enemy, because after the collapse of the Soviet Union, a new enemy appeared which is the terrorist groups or “Al-Qaeda”.
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