I told Bin Laden he was already a hunted man. “Danger is a part of our life,” he snapped back.
By waging war on terrorists, Bush and Blair began something which many claim has made the world a much more dangerous place, with the deaths of hundreds of thousands of innocents making it easy for extremists to radicalize young minds.
We tend to forget that some 108 years before the September 11, 2001 attacks, one monk from the heartland of Bharat had reached America as well.
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The West’s anti-terrorist actions have resulted in terrorism becoming more globalized, the refugee crises becoming globalized and increasingly intense power struggles.
Perhaps the time has come to understand that we have gone too far, breaching the balance between private interest and public security.