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In a new book published in the US, Less Safe, Less Free: Why America is Losing the War on Terror, David Cole and Jules Lobel argue that Mr Bush's catch-all, bulldozer approach has increased worldwide hostility to the US and its citizens, dismayed minority communities at home, alienated America's friends and emboldened its enemies.
Voters will buy this latest political attack about as much as they bought it when Edwards claimed the war on terror was simply a 'bumper sticker,'" wrote Levinson.
The first step in the war on terror is the choice not to make more terrorists.
War on terror is the war to end all peace There can never be a victory to make the warring cease Like wars on drugs and poverty, it's scope can just increase War on terror is the war to end all peace.
``Should democracy be allowed to fail in Iraq and terror permitted to triumph, then the War on Terror will never be won .
Our entire Air Force is transforming to better meet the demand of today's Global War on Terror and to ensure we are ready to fight tomorrow's wars.
The global war on terror and the demands of waging it successfully defy such antiquated notions like legitimate authority, last resort, and the possibility of distinguishing between combatant and non-combatant.
The war on terror has given cover to governments around the globe--from Italy.