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Wow what a great question; whether there is an answer or not I do not truly know! Terrorism often stems from one faction or another feeling they are being mistreated - whether this is perceived or actual mistreatment doesn't really matter.
Where the 'mistreatment' is so bad that the 'victim' feels they have no choice but to fight back we often see acts of terrorism. Look at Ireland, India, Iran, Iraq, France (in WWII) etc - there are acts of terrorism in each of these which were for a cause and due to a direct or perceived mistreatment.
While terrorism isn't the answer, it often is the only 'act' that a desperate people can do. So can we stop terrorism?
The only way to truly do this is to remove all the conditions that breed terrorism - racism, hunger, hatred, religion, sport etc - while people have different and opposing views, there's always likely to be someone who is surpressed. Removing all 'arguments' should lead to no terrorism....
So to answer simply - Np - I cannot see a way in which we can remove all symptoms that lead to someone being suppressed - there will always be someone who feels downtrodden in society despite society's best intentions....
Yes we can, but we have to start in Washington...that is where it begins
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