Focus on Terrorism, Volume 8
Edward V. Linden
Nova Publishers, 2006 - Political Science - 244 pages
Terrorism, sadly, seems here to stay and to stay with a vengeance. It turns out that the United States was not prepared for it and now must play catch-up. In doing so, even agreement on how to define terrorism is in doubt and what to do about it seems beyond comprehension at the moment. This volume presents a broad cross section of analyses of weaknesses and actions in the ongoing battle.
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addition Afghan Afghanistan al Qaeda armed conflict Article authority Border Security civilian combat nuclear smuggling command committed Congress coordination cost counter-narcotics counter-terrorism courts crimes criminal critical infrastructure CRS Report Department detection equipment assistance DOE's enemy Ex Parte Quirin federal fiscal year 2005 funds GC III GC IV Geneva Conventions geographic concentration goals groups handheld radiation detection homeland security human rights implement individual intelligence interagency Iraq Iraqi Islamic Kabul Karzai law of war maintenance military commission military tribunals million national security Northern Alliance offenses operations Pakistan Pashtun plans President protection provide radiation detection Qaeda Qandahar radiation detection equipment radiation portal monitors responsibility Russia September 11 SLD-Core program Soviet Special Forces specific supra note Taliban target terrorism terrorist terrorist acts terrorist attacks threat trial U.S. agencies U.S. efforts U.S. government U.S. military U.S. programs United Uzbekistan violations vulnerability war on terror weapons