Drawing a Bead on Terrorism
- Eyes to see, ears to hear. Wall, James M. // Christian Century;9/26/2001, Vol. 118 Issue 26, p45
Offers advice to the United States (U.S.) about its war on terrorism. Warning on the ability of the U.S. to counter terrorism; One goal of terrorist activity; Clarification about justice.
- 'Know Your Rights': Gov't initiates military tribunals for suspected 'alien' terrorists. Carrillo, Karen Juanita // New York Amsterdam News;11/22/2001, Vol. 92 Issue 47, p6
Reports on the military order signed by United States President George W. Bush in an attempt to fight off terrorism. Context of the order; Opposition to the order of the president; Action taken by the American Civil Liberties Union.
- Rethinking Bio-Chemical Dangers. Sokolski, Henry // Orbis;Spring2000, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p207
Focuses on the responsibility of the United States government and the people in the assessment of the chemical and biological weapons threat. Downside risks in estimating the chemical and biological domestic terrorist threat; Operational issues; Two developments that affect assessment of...
- MILITARY: US Rattles the Sabre at Syria. Owen, Tom // Middle East;Jun2003, Issue 335, p14
The striking success of the U.S. assault on Iraq has doubtless convinced U.S. military planners that, after their similar successes in Afghanistan, they can now attack Syria. Syria came under a heavy barrage of rhetoric and insinuation. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said in a press...
- Post-September 11 Search for Safety. // USA Today Magazine;Apr2002, Vol. 130 Issue 2683, p6
Predicts the psychological impact of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in the U.S.. Prediction on Americans' perception on safety; Nature of the American society; Outlook on the political strategy taken by the U.S. military against terrorism.
- The War and the Republic. Bromwich, David // Dissent (00123846);Summer2003, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p7
Criticizes the military policy and irresponsible attitude of U.S. President George W. Bush's administration following the September 11, 2001 attacks. Measures taken by Bush following the attack; Arguments presented by Bush to justify war on Afghanistan and Iraq; Reaction of the opposition party...
- Afghanistan: From Here to Eternity? Maloney, Sean M. // Parameters: U.S. Army War College;Spring2004, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p4
American policy in Afghanistan is at a crossroads, or so it appears. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld suggested in May 2003 that the war on terror in Afghanistan was in "cleanup" or "mop up" phase.' Overshadowed by the swift American military victory in Iraq, the images of airmobile troops...
- ELECTRONIC CHAOS. Gayl, Franz J. // U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Dec2005, Vol. 131 Issue 12, p55
The article focuses on the damaging effects of electromagnetic pulses (EMPs). High-altitude EMP, first observed in 1962, is a byproduct of a nuclear weapon detonation at altitudes between roughly 30 to 400 kilometers above the Earth's surface. The resulting high-energy particle interactions...
- RESPONSES TO THE FIVE QUESTIONS. Hursh, John // William Mitchell Law Review;2012, Vol. 38 Issue 5, p1549
In this article, the author addresses the question related to the most significant legacy left by the September 11 terrorist attacks on the U.S. According to him, the most significant legacy left by the attacks is the changes in the U.S. government strategies over its citizens at home and with...