Defeating terrorism shaping the new security environment

By: Howard, Russell DContributor(s): Howard, Russell D | Sawyer, Reid LMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: Guilford, Conn. McGraw-Hill Companies 2004Description: xv, 157 p. ill. 24 cmISBN: 0072873027; 007287306X (pbk.)Subject(s): National security -- United States | Terrorism -- Government policy -- United States | War on Terrorism, 2001-2009 | An ninh | Chính sách | Chống khủng bố | MỹDDC classification: 363.32 Summary: Experts in many areas of antiterrorism have analyzed the threats that now have varied faces on a domestic and global legvel: regional terrorist movements, weapons of mass destruction, and new tactics such as suicide bombers, among others. Strategies to counter these threats demand a flexible approach and cooperation at multiple levels. The efforts of all sectors -- military intelligence, technology, business, government agencies from local to international -- are presented in this comprehensive volume, so that readers become aware of the scope of the problem and how it will be successfully addressed.
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Experts in many areas of antiterrorism have analyzed the threats that now have varied faces on a domestic and global legvel: regional terrorist movements, weapons of mass destruction, and new tactics such as suicide bombers, among others. Strategies to counter these threats demand a flexible approach and cooperation at multiple levels. The efforts of all sectors -- military intelligence, technology, business, government agencies from local to international -- are presented in this comprehensive volume, so that readers become aware of the scope of the problem and how it will be successfully addressed.

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