Evolution of U. S. Counterterrorism Policy
Greenwood Publishing Group, Dec 30, 2007 - Political Science - 1451 pages
This three volume set provides a comprehensive collection of key documents, statements, and testimony on U.S. government counterterrorism policies as they have evolved in the face of the changing terrorist threats. Selected executive and congressional materials highlight the government's diverse policy and program responses to terrorism. [snip] Recent entries offer a compilation of important post-9/11 materials such as background information on U.S. actions against Osama bin Laden, the Taliban, and Saddam Hussein, and terrorism funding. Also included are statements from the Reagan and other administrations that relate to disputes over the appropriate use of force.--Back cover.
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