The U.S.-led response to the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2011, resulted in?

Answer 1

Wars in the Middle East

The so-called "war on terror" that Bush initiated in an attempt to destroy Al Qaeda proved to be a futile and expensive endeavor, as the group, which was initially established by the CIA and the Carter Administration in 1979 to fend off the Soviet invasion in Afghanistan, was never entirely vanquished. The wars that followed in 2001 and 2003 in Iraq were the result of the attacks.

The instability that resulted from the chaos in Iraq eventually gave rise to ISIS, which the Obama administration was unable, if not unwilling, to effectively combat, making the Middle East even more unstable than it was under Bush.

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Answer 2

The ongoing war in Afaganistan

The US held the opinion that the terrorist groups affiliated with Al-Qaeda, who were responsible for the September 11 attacks, had received protection and assistance from the radical Islamic Taliban government in Afghanistan.

The US thus became heavily involved in what had been a Civil War in Afghanistan by aiding the opposition forces to the Talban. Ironically, the US's sustained presence in the country led to a rise in support for the radical Taliban forces and a weakening of the opposition forces that the US had entered the conflict to help drive out the Talibans.

The war on terror has led to increased tension between the US and Pakistan as well as other Muslim nations. Groups in Pakistan have supported the Taliban.

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Answer 3

The U.S.-led response to the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, resulted in various outcomes, including the invasion of Afghanistan to overthrow the Taliban regime, the establishment of the Department of Homeland Security, the enactment of the USA PATRIOT Act, increased security measures at airports and other public places, the initiation of the War on Terror, and heightened global surveillance efforts through programs like the NSA's PRISM.

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