U. S. Strategy to Counter Domestic Political Terrorism

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DIANE Publishing, 1993 - 124 pages
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Analysis by U.S. Army Colonel of U.S. policy, strategy, and organization for combatting domestic terrorist activity. He offers pragmatic suggestions for improving the domestic antiterrorism program. Chapters include: the threat of domestic terrorism: nature and dimensions; combatting the threat: unpreccedented policy decisions; the antiterrorism program of the U.S. government; antiterrorist policy, organization, and strategy: a critical appraisal; the threatened role of intelligence in combatting terrorism; the Hanafi Muslim incident: a case study of successful hostage negotiations; and coping with the future: recommendations for improvement.

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Page 71 - permits an individual to determine what records pertaining to him are collected, maintained, used, or disseminated by government agencies.
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Page 57 - coordination of preparedness and planning to reduce the consequences of major terrorist incidents,
Page 40 - are violations of both state and federal law, concurrent criminal jurisdiction is the rule. Accordingly, the federal government can either act or defer to state jurisdiction and action depending on the nature of the incident and the capabilities of local authorities
Page 111 - the organization of a special world police force which would operate in any country of the world and
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