Terrorism remains a global threat from which no nation is immune. Despite ongoing improvements in US homeland, security, military campaigns against insurgents and terrorists in Iraq and Afghanistan, and deepening counterterrorism cooperation among the nations of the world, international terrorism continued to pose a significant threat to the United States and its partners in 2004. Over the long run, the spread of, democracy and economic and social reform, sustained and, encouraged by the United States and others, should promote, political, economic and social conditions inhospitable to terrorist exploitation. For now, however, the tasks confronting the United States and its partners in, the struggle against terrorism remain formidable.
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