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Terrorism Response Planning

TERRORISM RESPONSE PLANNING IntroductionTo combat the impacts of various terrorism acts, the responsible security agencies are often tasked with the mandate of establishing a good terrorism response plan. Formulation of an appropriate plan requires a concerted effort from the responsible personnel so as to come up with something practical and...

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The Problem of “State-Sponsored Terrorism”

The term “state-sponsored terrorism” is a controversial and problematic one. One of the reasons the term is so problematic is that different states view different actions as terrorism. One state may believe that funding a particular militaristic action is a legitimate course of action, while another state might see the...

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Does Immigration Increase the Risk of Terrorism?

In the course of the recent terrorist attacks in Europe and in the United States, the discourse over the role of terrorism shifted in the direct that the immigration leads to the consequential terrorist attacks. In order to prevent these terrorist attacks on the political level, certain governments undertook the...

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Mirroring Terrorist Activity

For states today that find themselves caught in fights with terrorist organizations, the tendency is to mirror the activities and movements of those organizations. This has proven itself to give the states an excellent chance to stay on top of what groups are doing. At the same time, there are...

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Inside Terrorism

The term terrorism is capable of igniting fear in those around the globe based on numerous factors and ideas regarding its actual meaning. Hoffman carefully establishes the multiple uses of this term as well as the difficulties that have been found when attempting to format an effective universal definition. The...

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More Focus on Domestic Terrorism

Terrorism has become an integral component of political and social debates, particularly, since the tragic events of 9/11. There is no denying that the possibility of terrorism by foreign elements in the U.S. continues to persist. The inability of the foreign terrorist elements to wage another attack on the scale...

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Modern Terrorism

Combs (2015), defines terrorism as the illegal use of violence or intimidation against civilians to achieve political aims. A global initiative to combat terrorism has been on the increase in the recent past in the wake of terrorist attacks in various parts of the world. However, terrorists have devised other...

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Terrorism in Tunisia

TERRORISM AbstractThis paper discusses Tunisia’s struggles with terrorism. It faces threats both from al-Qeada and IS. Al-Qaeda has had a presence in the country for some time and seems likely to remain there. This is because it forms relationships with local terrorist organizations with nationalistic goals. IS has been gradually...

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Bioterrorism Agents: Bacillus anthracis

Abstract Bioterrorism agents are highly complex and very dangerous to human beings and to the surrounding environment. Agents such as bacillus anthracis (anthrax) represent a serious threat to humans because of their high level of toxicity and their ability to cause fatal complications very quickly. It is necessary to understand...

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Cyber Terrorism: a Global Threat

The problems posed by cyber terrorism have received a great deal of attention by the security community, the IT industry, and the mass media in the United States and around the globe. Cyber terrorists who have even a minimal degree of expertise have been able to electronically break into computers...

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Kenya And The Terrorism Challenges

IntroductionIt is well-known that terrorism is a global challenge, affecting both the developed and developing countries alike. The recent military attacks against ISIL, Boko Haram, AL-Shabab and Al Qaeda operatives underlines the magnitude of the situation that has seen terror attacks in Britain, France, Turkey, Nigeria and even the United...

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PAD Terrorism Paper

State Sponsored TerrorismState Sponsored Terrorism is a type of terroristic organization which gains support from the government (or governments) and aims at discouraging political opposition (Week 3, n. d., p. 6). One of the shiniest examples of state-sponsored terrorist groups is Abu Nidal Organization (ANO) created in 1974. ANO was...

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Domestic Terrorism Questionnaire

Abstract This paper answers the following five questions: 1. Explain the Major problems impeding law enforcement's understanding of terrorism; 2. Compare and contrast criminal behaviour of left-wing and right-wing extremists; 3. Describe how the United States has been affected by home grown terrorist; 4. Why is there confusion in defining...

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The Idea Of Terrorism

The claim in question seems to point to relativism: the view that every perspective has equal weight and should be regarded as equally true. Indeed, the phenomenon of cultural relativism might be invoked to argue that what might be considered to be terrorist in one setting might be regarded as...

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Terrorism and political violence article analysis

Collection and assessment of dataThe article Totalitarianism in Sandinista Nicaragua by Blake has conducted its collection of data from report agencies on occurring events in Nicaragua. The data is qualitative as it is from narrations of events in Nicaragua. From the assessment, one can indicate that the data favored the...

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Domestic Terrorism

Abstract This paper aims at exploring domestic terrorism. It gives the definition of the domestic terrorism. The paper also contains information about the causes of home-growing terrorism. The statistics and the recent terrorist attacks are also described, thus stressing the necessity to implement counterterrorist policy. The paper comprises information about...

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Terrorism Issues

As the nation continues to recover from the devastating effects of 9/11, other mass murders continue to surface. From school shootings to race-related church killings, many innocent people have fell victim to senseless crimes. Thus, knowledge regarding the motives of mass murderers is extremely important. In many cases, mass murders...

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How Does Terrorism Affect Human Security?

Abstract This work in writing examines human security and how it is affected by terrorism. This study demonstrates that there are many layers in that which comprises human security and that anti-terrorism legislation and activities have not in actuality strengthened human security throughout the world. The objective of this work...

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Boston Marathon Bombing

IntroductionFrom the moment the terrorist bombings of September 11, 2001 hit the American homeland, there has been an increased level of commitment to improving partnerships between federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies and intelligence organizations (Waxman, 2009). Currently, getting it right when it comes to ensuring the national homeland...

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War on Terror

With the onset of the 9/11 attacks, the nation underwent a significant change in policies and safety measures. During G.W. Bush’s presidency, the War on Terror represented the ongoing battle between America and extremist or terrorist groups. It was popularized through the media and many Americans begin to fear threats...

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