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How should the United States prosecute its war against global terrorism over the next several years? Should the United States become more aggressive in taking preemptive action in accordance with the Bush Doctrine? Or should the United States be more diplomatic in its engagement with foreign nations and take a soft power approach?

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  2. They should up the security by doing extreme check to make sure that their is no terrorism

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  3. I love how the answer is 3 years late.

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