9/11 and International Relations Analytical Essay by Calwriter

9/11 and International Relations
Examines the September 11th terrorist attacks and later events through analyzing international relations on four different levels.
# 56895 | 1,058 words | 4 sources | MLA | 2005 | US

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The terrorist attacks of 9/11 and subsequent attacks can be understood through a careful consideration of the four levels of analysis of international relations. The paper shows that the individual level of analysis allows us to better understand George W. Bush's reactions, while the domestic level of analysis provides an explanation for the country's lack of preparedness for 9/11. At the interstate level, the interaction of the United States with Islamic states and Israel can be linked to the terrorist actions. At a global level, gaps in wealth and technology can be seen to contribute to the terrorist attacks. The paper shows that, overall, the global level provides the most useful understanding of the attacks, although a simultaneous analysis of all four levels reveals a more complete understanding.

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