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Instead, Huntington asserts that the contemporary world is articulated into competing civilizations that are based on irreconcilably different cultures and religions. For Huntington, culture provides unifying and integrating principles of order and cohesion, and from within dominant cultural formations emerge a number of different civilizations that are likely to come into conflict with each other, including Islam, China, Russia, and the West. For Huntington, religion is “perhaps the central force that motivates and mobilizes people” and is thus the core of civilization.

S. S. ” The Bush administration Terror War thus raises the possibility that Orwell’s 1784 might provide the template for the new millennium, as the world is plunged into endless wars, as freedom and democracy are being snuffed out in the name of Bushdefined “freedom,” as language loses meaning, and as history is constantly revised (just as with Bush and his scribes, who constantly rewrote his own personal history). There is thus the danger that Orwell’s dark grim dystopia may replace the (ideological) utopia of the “information society,” the “new economy,” and a prosperous and democratic globalization that had been the dominant ideology and vision of the past decade.

Interests would be attracted to the oil and gas possibilities in Afghanistan and would cozy up to and support the Taliban, in the early 1990s, the first Bush administration had other fish to fry, in particular Iraq-another Bush I intervention that had momentous consequences. S. S. to continue to maintain military forces in their country, the Holy Land of Islam. S. troops in what was perceived as the Islamic Holy Land that especially angered bin Laden and more radical Islamic groups. S. troops after the Gulf War, bin Laden broke with his country and was declared persona non grata by the Saudis for his provocative statements and behavior.

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