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Since the terrorist attacks on the American homeland on September 11, 2001, countering the threat has become the frontier issue for the United States. National Security Agenda. In the case…

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Since the terrorist attacks on the American homeland on September 11, 2001, countering the threat has become the frontier issue for the United States. National Security Agenda.

In the case of the African continent, the United States has paid great attention to the West African sub-region. This book: Assesses where we can place West Africa in a wider crucible of the US war on terror. Counter-terrorism policy in West Africa? It studies US counterterrorism strategies in West Africa, and assesses whether they are being pursued bilaterally and multilaterally in the region.

The war on terror. Specifically, the book examines the crises of underdevelopment - cultural, economic, environmental, political, security, and social - in the sub-region, and in particular their influence in shaping the conditions that provide the roots of terrorism. It is clear that addressing these multidimensional backwardness crises is pivotal to the success of the US War on Terror in the subregion.

This book will be of great interest to students and researchers in terrorism, homeland security, African studies, conflict management and political violence.



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