The americain superpower :
Le 11 septembre 2001
September 11, 2001
The attacks of September 11, 2001 is the founding myth from which the Anglo-Saxons justify their military hypertrophy. In a world where no State seeks to compete with them, they invented an imaginary enemy and invisible unrivaled power: terrorism. It is therefore not possible to challenge this globalmilitary dominance without questioning the government version of the attacks of Sept. 11, and the very existence of an alleged conspiracy Islamic world.
Initiated by Thierry Meyssan from this website and its books, the Movement for the truth about Sept. 11 is now supported by the majority of world public opinion.
Like a ball of yarn that is unwound, the record Sept. 11 begins with questions aboutthe presence of explosives in the rubble of the World Trade Center and the absence of aircraft debris in those of the Pentagon. It continues with questions about other attacks attributed to Al Qaeda. Then, it leads to the questioning of anti-terrorist and the contestation of the legitimacy of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.
It said there was a before and after September 11, 2001, and this datewould mark the advent of even a new era in international relations calls for new law to replace a legal arsenal, which some , is now outdated.
The purpose of this book, which contains the proceedings of an international symposium held January 14, 2002 in Paris, is to test the hypothesis of such a failure and, more specifically, to assess the scope of changes to the rules of internationallaw.With this in mind that three areas were explored: the first concerns the question of defining terrorism, the second on the regulation of the fight against terrorism and the third examines how the repression of terrorist acts.
Are well addressed issues as diverse as state terrorism, bio-terrorism, military retaliation for terrorist acts or the status of prisoners belonging to terroristorganizations say. For each, the authors have tried at first to take stock of existing international law and then consider whether and to what extent legal rules have evolved in the aftermath of September 11.
I) L’avant, Les causes du 11 septembre
War against terrorism, terror politic in the usa in order to make people trust that only georges w. bush is able to get rid the American off this threat.II) L’après, ces conséquences
Since September 11, 2001, Western nations have taken into account terrorism andagreed to fight in Afghanistan (against the Taliban regime)
War in Afghanistan in recent history between first, in October and November 2001, the United States, with the military contribution the Northern Alliance and other western nations (UK, France, Canada, etc..), the Taliban regime.This war is part of the "war against terrorism" declared by the Bush administration following the attacks of September 11, 2001 in New York and Washington. The purpose of the invasion by the United States and its allies was to capture Osama bin Laden, destroy the Al Qaeda had bases in the country with the blessing of the Taliban, and reverse them.
The initial attack drove the Taliban from power,allowing the establishment of a provisional government headed by Hamid Karzai, following disagreements Bonn in December 2001. The Taliban then induced a guerrilla war against the NATO International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) which includes the armed forces under the command of OTAN2. Since 2006, Taliban forces are very active. The Afghan government of Karzai, elected president in October2004, has little legitimacy and did not control in 2006 that the sector Kaboul3. In August 2008 there were 70,000 foreign soldiers in Afghanistan, 53,000 to 17,000 for ISAF and Operation Enduring Freedomaméricaine4 and by 2009 some 113,000 foreign troops, including 71,000 Americans, are deployed in countries5; those figures 'not include the many mercenaries working for private military companies...
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