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08 Oct 2001 description

CENTRO DE ESTUDIOS INTERNACIONALES (NICARAGUA), CLINGENDAEL INSTITUTE THE NETHERLANDS, GASTON Z. ORTIGA PEACE INSTITUTE (PHILIPPINES), NORMAN PATERSON SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS/COUNTRY INDICATORS FOR FOREIGN POLICY CANADA), PEACE MISSION TO THE NORTH CAUCASUS RUSSIA), RUSSIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES/INSTITUTE OF ETHNOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY RUSSIA), SWISS PEACE FOUNDATION/FAST (SWITZERLAND), AND WEST AFRICA NETWORK FOR PEACE-BUILDING GHANA). BASED ON "RESPONDING TO TERRORISM: IMPLICATIONS FOR REGIONAL AND GLOBAL STABILITY', 30 SEPTEMBER 2001.

30 Sep 2001 description


Executive Summary
Prepared by the FEWER Board of Directors

On 11 September 2001, the United States suffered the most devastating terrorist attack in Western history since the Second World War. Four aircraft were hijacked, one crashed in Somerset County, Pennsylvania, and three others hit targets in New York (World Trade Centre) and Washington, D.C. (Pentagon).