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Author: George Bush
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: vice, chaired, president, george, bush, force, task, official, terrorism, report, cabinet, level, combatting
Number of Pages: 52
Published: 1987-06
ISBN-10: 0941375021
ISBN-13: 9780941375023

Discusses the growing threat of terrorism (nature of terrorism, profile of a terrorist, geographical distribution of terrorist incidents, international terrorism, domestic vulnerability, etc.), U.S. policy and response to terrorism (range and responses to terrorism, personal and physical security, international cooperation, intelligence, etc.), the role of Congress in combating terrorism, viewpoint of the American people, terrorism and the media, and conclusions and recommendations for future action.

Author: Stephen Sloan
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: preemption, punishment, strategy, action, international, terrorism, beating
Number of Pages: 83
Published: 1992-10
ISBN-10: 1568061048
ISBN-13: 9781568061047

This study proposes a bold new approach to the terrorism problem which includes the involvement of the U.S. military in preemptive operations. Includes: various definition of terrorism, force and target selection, policy dimensions, and much more. Extensive bibliography.

Author: Raphael F. Perl
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: response, policy, threat, terrorism, international
Number of Pages: 35
Published: 2010-10
ISBN-10: 1437927238
ISBN-13: 9781437927238

Examines international terrorist actions, threats, U.S. policies and responses as of 2007. Contents: (1) The War on Terrorism; (2) The Threat of Terrorism; (3) Trends in Terrorism; (4) U.S. Policy Response; (5) U.S. Policy Tools to Combat Internat. Terrorism: Diplomacy/Constructive Engagement; Public Diplomacy; Econ. Sanctions; Econ. Inducements; Covert Action; Extradition/Law Enforcement Cooperation; Rewards for Info. Program; Military Force; International Conventions; Other Potential Policy Tools; An Internat. Court for Terrorism; Media Self-Restraint; (6) Policy Reform and the 9/11 Comm. Re

Author: Paul K. Davis Brian Michael Jenkins
Publisher: RAND
Keywords: war, qaeda, component, counterterrorism, influence, deterrence
Number of Pages: 100
Published: 2002
ISBN-10: 0833032860
ISBN-13: 9780833032867

Historical experience has shown that successful strategies to combat terrorism that is spawned by serious, deep-rooted problems have involved first crushing the current threat and then bringing about changes to make terrorism’s reemergence less likely. While deterrence of terrorism may at first glance seem to be an unrealistic goal

Authors: Tom LaTourrette, David R. Howell, David E. Mosher
Publisher: RAND
Keywords: potential, security, options, analysis, centers, terrorism, risk, shopping, reducing
Number of Pages: 100
Published: 2006
ISBN-10: 0833040405
ISBN-13: 9780833040404

Terrorist threat at shopping centers is a prominent concern, with over 60 terrorist attacks against shopping centers in 21 countries since 1998. Shopping center operators are beginning to explore and implement increased security efforts specifically designed to combat terrorism. This report offers qualitative and quantitative modeling approaches to help shopping center operators evaluate candidate security options in terms of their effectiveness at reducing terrorism risk, reaching the following conclusions. First, a strategy to reduce terrorism risk will be similar for most shopping centers.

Author: Jerome P. Bjelopera
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: terrorism, investigations, fbi, investigation, bureau, federal
Number of Pages: 31
Published: 2011-08
ISBN-10: 1437985238
ISBN-13: 9781437985238

The FBI is the lead federal law enforce. agency (LEA) charged with counterterrorism invest. Since the 9/11 attacks, the FBI has implemented a series of reforms intended to transform itself from a largely reactive LEA focused on invest. of criminal activity into a more proactive, agile, flexible, and intelligence-driven agency that can prevent acts of terrorism. This report provides background info. on key elements of the FBI terrorism invest. process. Contents: Intro.; Enhanced Invest. Authorities, Tools, and Capabilities: USA PATRIOT Act: Revised Attorney General Guidelines; Joint Terrorism T

Author: Zina D. Merritt
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: terrorism, financing, continued, focus, counter, needed, arabia, saudi, report, progress, countering, combating, agencies
Number of Pages: 62
Published: 2010-06
ISBN-10: 1437923380
ISBN-13: 9781437923384

The U.S. govżt. considers the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia a vital partner in combating terrorism. The strong diplomatic relationship between the U.S. and Saudi Arabia, founded more than 70 years ago, was strained by the Al Qaeda attacks of September 11, 2001, that were carried out in large part by Saudi nationals and killed thousands of U.S. citizens. This report examined: (1) the U.S. govżt. strategy to collaborate with and assist the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to counter terrorism and terrorism financing; and (2) U.S. govżt. agencies' assessment of and the Saudi government's views on progress to
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