Weapons of Mass Destruction and Terrorism
$19.95 Buy and instantly download this paper now
This paper explores two broad themes concurrently. Firstly, the writer examines the efforts of the U.S. government to successfully pin a WMD buildup on Iraq. The writer secondly discusses the efforts of U.S. officials to link Osama Bin Laden with Saddam Hussein. The writer then points out that what should become apparent is that, while there is or was some circumstantial evidence to link the Iraqis with Bin Laden and with WMD buildups, the whole story remains elusive.
From the Paper:"The phrase "Weapons of Mass Destruction" has long-since entered the American lexicon. With the Bush Administration's stubborn insistence in recent years that there was a long-time link between Al-Qaeda and Iraq, the importance of determining how many "weapons of mass destruction" Iraq had - if it had any at all - and where those alleged weapons were stored was undeniable. For an American people still recovering from the shock and horror of 11 September, 2001, the notion that one of America's most inveterate foes had harbored, perhaps even supplied, a terrorist mass-murderer was discomfiting, to say the least - and remains unsettling to this very day. This paper will explore the WMD issue as it pertains to Iraq and also explore Iraq's relationship - such as it was - with Al Qaeda."
Cite this Term Paper:
Weapons of Mass Destruction and Terrorism (2005, December 01) Retrieved April 05, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/term-paper/weapons-of-mass-destruction-and-terrorism-84048/
"Weapons of Mass Destruction and Terrorism" 01 December 2005. Web. 05 April. 2020. <https://www.academon.com/term-paper/weapons-of-mass-destruction-and-terrorism-84048/>