9-11 Analysis

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Event Analysis Can terrorist attacks impact foreign policies? Terrorist attacks such as the September 11, 2001 attack on the United States became a revolutionary shift in how the world collectively viewed ways to fight against terrorism on the of international politics level. Finding ways to safeguard its national interest became a major factor with the international relationships with other countries. September 11, 2001 was a horrific act of terrorism that was the most unexpected and worse terrorist attacks in history. Many people died that day, and many people today still mourn the losses. The United States also loss the most famous building in the World, The New York City Twin Towers-World Trade Center which was about 110 stories tall. Since these attacks, many actors and non-state actors involved in the foreign policy and international relations decisions have taken many steps to prevent this from happening again. The effects of foreign policies and international relations are influenced on three levels and can be analyzed from a paradigm perspective in order to understand how to combat terrorism. The September 11, 2001 event happened at about 8:30 am were about 19 terrorist from the Taliban an al-Qaeda Islamic group, hijacked two American Airlines Boeing 767 flights 11 and flight 175 and crashed them into the Twin Towers in New York City. In Washington, at about 9:45am, hijackers crashed a Boeing 757 Jet into the Pentagon in Arlington Virginia killing about 125 military personnel and civilians. At about 10:10 AM hijackers tried to hijack United Airlines flight 93 leaving the Newark International Airport bound to California, but unsuccessful because the passengers fought the hijacker’s, and the plane crashed in a filed in Pennsylvania killing everyone
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