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London, UK) writes in defense of the liberal state and warns that it is being undermined, particularly in the United States and the United Kingdom, by the governments' responses to terrorism, which he suggests have caused more harm to the liberal state at home and abroad through "with us or against us rhetoric," the elevation of security values over human rights values, propaganda for war, "extraordinary renditions," racial profiling, detention without trial, ramped-up surveillance, and other aspects of the so-called "War on Terror" than the terrorist acts themselves.
Trafficking has diminished considerably in recent years due to the elevation of security in Egypt and the region as a whole.