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ABSTRACT

This study was intended to critically carry out a rigorous assessment among other things, the role the international community led by the United States played in the fight against terrorism, whether the United States actions conforms with the stipulations of international law, and its impact on global security using the United States war in Afghanistan. Hypotheses were formulated to guide the study. The power theory was used as an analytical tool because, it is the most frequently used theory in the study of  political science, particularly in international relations. In order to achieve the objectives of this study, information were gathered through content analysis, articles, international journals, magazines, monographs and books related to the study. The study found out that the international community led by the United States did not declare war against terrorism because it was interested in the security situation in Afghanistan in particular and the globe in general, but because the Taliban and their allies finally engaged in activities that directly harmed the United States.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title page — — — — — — — — — i
Approval page — — — — — — — — — ii
Dedication — — — — — — — — — iii
Acknowledgement — — — — — — — — iv
Abstract — — — — — — — — — v
Table of Illustration — — — — — — — — vi
List of Tables — — — — — — — — — vii
List of Figure — — — — — — — — — viii
Table of contents — — — — — — — — ix-x
CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION
1.1. Background of the Study — — — — — — 1
1.2. Statement of the Problem — — — — — — 7
1.3. Objectives of the Study — — — — — — 8
1.4. Significance of the Study — — — — — — 8
1.5. Research Methodology — — — — — — 9
1.6. Theoretical Framework — — — — — — 9
1.7. Research Hypotheses — —- — — — — — 12
1.8. Method of Data Collection — — — — — — 12
1.9. Empirical Verification — — — — — — — 12
CHAPTER TWO: LITERATURE REVIEW
2.1. Concept of Terrorism — — — — — — 23
2.2. State Terrorism — — — — — — 24
2.3. US Military Expedition in Afghanistan — — — 26
2.4. Contemporary State Theories – — — — — 27
2.5. Gap in Literature — — — — — — —
2.6. State Terror as Societal Re-ordering — — — — 29
2.7. The State and Violence — — — — — 34
CHAPTER THREE:
3.1. Terrorist Activities US carried out in Afghanistan — — — 39
3.2. Nature of State Terrorism — — — — — 48
3.3. The Impact of September 9/11 Terrorist Attacks on the US Stock
Market – — — — — — — 48
3.4. The Impact of September 9/11 Terrorist Attack on the US Economic
Growth — — — — — — — 50
3.5. The Impact of September 9/11 Terrorist Attacks on Consumers
Confidence in Regard to Spending — — — — 52
3.6. The Impact of September 9/11 Terrorist Attacks on US Foreign
Direct Investments — — — — – — 53
CHAPTER FOUR: PRESENTATION OF DATA, ANALYSIS OF APPRAISAL
4.1. Introduction — — — — — — — 55
4.2. Terrorism and the Impact on World Security — — — 55
4.3. War Against Terrorism and United Nations — — — 64
4.4. Fighting Finance of Terrorism — — — — 66
CHAPTER FIVE: SUMMARY CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION
5.1. Summary — — — — — — — 70
5.2. Conclusion — — — — — — — 71
5.3. Recommendations — — — — — — 73
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