Following the 9/11 attacks on New York and Washington, a negative response to the deployment of U.S. military bases was very unlikelyThe whole world seemed to be feeling sympathy for America and therefore any action that could hinder U.S. efforts to obliterate the Taliban and Al Qaeda would be interpreted as a sign of direct or indirect complicity. Besides, the toppling of the Taliban was in the interests of every state of the region.The Bush administration eventually wasted away all the stock of positive attitudes toward U.S. foreign policy
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