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The article moves problems connected with the new strategy USA in Afghanistan and Pakistan. Foundations of this strategy were announced 27 March 2009 by the president Barack Obama. The new policy in the large measure is based on the doctrine COIN whose a main architect was Gen. David Petraeus. Foundations of this doctrine came true in effect in Iraq. That's why one decided that her use in Afghanistan promised itself the success. In the text one showed tools, which this strategy has to be introduced. To the analysis dissected foundations of the conception of the president Obama and potential results, and besides aspects military, cultural, as and economic. The key-part conflictingly in Afghanistan possesses Pakistan. The stability of this country, the loyalty in relation to USA and NATO and the commitment in the fight with rebels is way to the achievement of appointed through the coalition targets. The borderland Afghan-Pakistani is a base of rebels - the Taliban, Al Qaidas and other terrorist organizations. The US forces attack targets in this mountainous region by means of UAV. This weapon begins to play in this conflict the more and more greater meaning. Close to the fight with rebels the important element in the construction of the stability of Afghanistan, state the reconstruction of the agriculture.
September 11 and the rise of global anti-Americanism since the Iraq War have raised concerns in American society about the US's image in the world and led to the contestation of the concept of the enemy as had been elaborated by the Bush administration. This concern has had a profound impact in American cultural production, and particularly on American cinema, and has shaped the demand for a change of policy that would restore the moral status of the US. Barack Obama, using various elements, managed to incorporate this demand in his electoral campaign and raised the issue of anti-Americanism as a means of criticism of the Bush administration. The discourse on anti-Americanism contested the national narration formed during the Bush presidency and functioned as an asset in the Obama campaign. Barack Obama, with his charismatic political personality, the symbolic power of his personal story and through a personalized presidential campaign, tried to combine the revival of American idealism with moderate conservatism.
'Global war against terrorism' (GWAT) was a direct result of the terrorist attacks on the United States by Islamic fundamentalists in September 2001. The aims of GWAT formulated during the presidency of George W. Bush related to two time horizons (short-term and long-term) and two planes of involvement (military and propaganda). The article focuses entirely on presenting the range and effects of the USA's involvement in GWAT on the military plane. The USA's strategic aim was to fight Islamic terrorists and regimes supporting them (e.g. the Taliban regime in Afghanistan or Saddam Hussein's in Iraq). The change of name from GWAT to 'overseas special operations' (OSO) during Barack Obama's presidency mirrors the American administration's evolving perception on of the USA's involvement in contemporary asymmetrical conflicts. Attention is also drawn to the positive effects of American military operations in the Philippines and the so-called Horn of Africa, both in the aspect of strategy and operation.
The search for the main question of the article includes an analysis of the following major areas. First, Americans’ attitudes towards Barack Obama’s current job are considered. Second, we briefly discuss the prospects of the Republican Party to nominate strong candidates for the presidency. Third, the revival of "Tea Party" in the fall of 2011 raised the issue of participation of its activists in the presidential marathon. The fourth theme is the ratio of Democrats and Republicans in the electorate in 2012. The general conclusion is: in February 2011, Barack Obama had a good chance to be reelected in 2012.
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