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By: Frédérick Gagnon & Ryan C. Hendrickson

In: Contemporary Cases in U.S. Foreign Policy: From Terrorism to Trade

Chapter 1: The United States Versus Terrorism: From the Embassy Bombings in Tanzania and Kenya to the Surge and Drawdown of Forces in Afghanistan

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The United States Versus Terrorism: From the Embassy Bombings in Tanzania and Kenya to the Surge and Drawdown of Forces in Afghanistan
The United States versus terrorism: From the embassy bombings in Tanzania and Kenya to the surge and drawdown of forces in Afghanistan
FrédérickGagnon and Ryan C.Hendrickson

Before You Begin

  • What is the traditionally accepted view of Congress's exercise of war powers during the Cold War and after September 11, 2001? How does that view compare to Congress's role leading up to President Bill Clinton's, President George W. Bush's, and President Barack Obama's military actions against terrorism?
  • In the days prior to military action in 1998, 2001, and 2009, how did the diplomatic challenges differ for Clinton, Bush, and Obama?
  • Is Congress's decision to endorse military action against those ...

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