Neoconservatism and Foreign Policy Success in the US
Neoconservatism and Foreign Policy Success in the US success has a foundation in the wealthy Jews who funded the war and pushed for advocating for their interests. The move always never really aimed at war on terror, but disorganizing the syndicate of Arabs or Muslims building up militia groups that threaten to take over due to their unity. Therefore, the left group saw it necessary to employing an offensive strategy and not what the public mistakenly perceive as an oil issue.
Foucault, (1980) argue that if it was a question of oil alone, US is capable of employing other business strategic means and veto power to gain access to oil rather than employ an expensive means for militarism. To echo this sentiment out, when Bush’s administration launched war in Afghanistan and it started in his speech immediately after the September 11th attack when he said ‘we will make no distinction between the terrorist who committed these acts and those who harbor them.’ The attack on Afghanistan was on the grounds that Taliban was harboring Osama bin laden (Robert, 2001).