Blair's Speech

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Provide a brief content outline Identify the context(s) from which the speech originates This speech by Tony Blair, the former British prime minister, given on October 2, 2001 surrounded the issues of global terrorism. Among the issues touched was global community integration, separation of the Anti-terrorism from the anti-Muslim, and the plight of the African continent. This speech was by far among the very most important speeches ever made by Blair during his tenure. In the fight against terrorism, he was critical of the Taliban and the Al-Qaeda groups, among other groups in Africa that brought conflicts and war. He attacked such groups with a lot of verve; seemingly to declare war on another state (Assinder, 2001). In his thought, unity of states across the world could form a powerful weapon against terrorism among other issues affecting humanity on the international scene. This unity in the wake of the September 11 attack on the World Trade Center, US could form a platform for conf

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Blairs Speech on October 2, 2001 By (NAME)CourseProfessorUniversityDateProvide a brief content outline Identify the context(s) from which the speech originates This speech by Tony Blair, the former British prime minister, given on October 2, 2001 surrounded the issues of global terrorism. Among the issues touched was global community integration, separation of the Anti-terrorism from the anti-Muslim, and the plight of the African continent. This speech was by far among the very most important speeches ever made by Blair during his tenure. In the fight against terrorism, he was critical of the Taliban and the Al-Qaeda groups, among other groups in Africa that brought conflicts and war. He attacked such groups with a lot of verve; seemingly to declare war on another state [ CITATION Nic01 \l 1033 ]. In his thought, unity of states across the world could form a powerful weapon against terrorism among other issues affecting humanity on the international scene. This unity in the wake of the September 11 attack on the World Trade Center, US could form a platform for confrontation of conflicts in Northern Ireland, Africa and the Middle East. This speech communicated his willingness to take the lead role in the global transformation agenda. His statement on putting a trap around regimes harboring terrorists and their activities, Blair seemed to coerce the Taliban and the Afghan government to look for and surrender Osama Bin Laden to the United States. This

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