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The Political Economy and Terrorism The worlds political economy is an ever-changing factor that influences us everyday With our flourishing economy here in the US we have seen many changes over the course of the last year From planes crashing into buildings to markets dropping job cuts and being on the brink of a war the US has been influenced greatly by international terrorism The global economy may not directly affect international terrorism but it definitely provokes a struggle for power amongst the countries of the world This struggle for power leads to wars over land riches and resources With a great power like the United States dealing the cards of absolute economic power to the rest of the world it leaves the smaller countries jealous and quite uneasy The only way for a poor country to compete in the world is to be noticed with authority Its as simple as stealing some planes and crashing them into the biggest trading center in the US While the US struggles to maintain security among the country the market begins to crash and smaller countries reap the benefits Like I said the global economy may not be the direct link to terrorism but there are many factors that link the two of them together Terrorism and global violence can be linked to the global economy in some basic ways As rich and powerful the US is envious and struggling are our poor economic enemies Iraq may not be rich with money but the oil in its land makes them very valuable in the worlds scheme of power Saddam may see Iraq a few steps away in gaining control of the world by regulating the worlds oil and disrupting the global economy to favor him If thats the case he may have helped terrorize the US on September the eleventh Gaining power in the world has resorted to violence It seems the nothing can be won without
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