Against All Enemies Topics for Discussion

Richard A. Clarke
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The first speaker in the first quotation is Paul Wolfewitz and the second, Richard Clarke. What are they discussing?

The second quotation describes the influx of Americans into Saudi Arabia. What were the short- and long-term consequences of the U.S. presence?

The third quotation refers to the end of the Cold War, which left the world with only one "super power." Who is disadvantaged by the "global system?" Why would anyone want to blame their troubles on the U.S.?

Is there a difference between actual and perceived injustice?

The speaker in the fourth quotation is Vice President Gore. Who is he talking about? Does Clarke think that the U.S. response to terrorism has evolved since al Qaeda was formed?

How is al Qaeda related to other terrorist organizations?

The first speaker in the fifth quotation is Richard Clarke. He was alarmed that the FBI...

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