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The National Strategy for Combating Terrorism of 2006 is strategy created by the government to protect the people form terrorist activities. The strategy is built in consideration that war on terror is a different kind of battle. This is because it incorporates a both the physical and the ideology battle to successfully combat terrorism. This is because, terrorist respond to terrorism fighting strategies by changing tact hence the need to refine strategies to meet the evolving threat.
The America's National Strategy for Combating Terrorism has succeeded in depriving the Al-Qaeda their main base of operation in Afghanistan. This has been achieved by the introduction of a democratic government in Afghanistan. In previous years, Afghanistan was ruled by the repressive Taliban but the strategy on combating terrorism ahs helped the country become a full partner in the war against terrorism.
The implementation of the America's National Strategy for Combating Terrorism has led to unprecedented international campaign aimed at combating terrorism and other terrorist activities. This has made terrorist financing almost impossible hence terrorist groups are finding it very risky to finance their activities.
The America's National Strategy for Combating Terrorism has strengthened the U.S ability to prevent future terrorist activities. This is by the enhancement of counterterrorism architecture through the creation of various government intelligence services to help prevent terrorist activities. Some of the government agencies include the; Department Homeland Security, The National Counterterrorism centre and the Central Intelligence Agency.
The America's National Strategy for Combating Terrorism has initiated the administration to work together with the congress a process that has seen the implementation and adoption of key reforms such as the USA PATRIOT. This act was formed with intent of promoting security while at the same time protecting fundamental liberties. This is a clear indication that the America's National Strategy for Combating Terrorism has been a success in the U.S.