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Terrorism Today

Terrorism Today 6th Edition

By: Jeremy R. Spindlove Clifford E. Simonsen
ISBN-10: 0134549163
/ ISBN-13: 9780134549347
Edition: 6th Edition
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    • The Tradition Continues
    • New to this Edition
    • Organization of the Text
    • Instructor Supplements
    • Alternate Versions

About the Authors

Part One The Definitions and History of Terrorism

    • 1 In Search of a Definition for Terrorism
    • Learning Outcomes
    • Key Words to Note
    • Overview
    • Changes in Behavioral Definitions
    • Terrorism: Searching for a Definition
    • Some Approaches to Defining Terrorism
    • The FBI Construct
    • The U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) Constructs
    • The U.S. Department of State
    • Interpretation and Application of Key Terms
    • The United Nations—Actions to Counter Terrorism
    • The Arab Convention for the Suppression of Terrorism
    • Preamble
    • Part One: Definitions and General Provisions
    • Article 1
    • Structures of Terrorist Groups
    • Common Terrorist Qualities
    • Motivations for Terrorists
    • Terrorism as Criminal Behavior
    • Hostage Taking
    • Legal Issues in Hostage Taking
    • Assassination
    • Examples of Past Hostage Crises
    • Constitutional Rights
    • The USA Patriot Act: Preserving Life and Liberty
    • Summary
    • Review Questions
    • 2 A Brief History of Terrorism
    • Learning Outcomes
    • Key Words to Note
    • Overview
    • Violence and Terrorism
    • When did Violence Become Terrorism?
    • State-Sponsored and Religious Terrorism
    • State-Sponsored Terrorism as Warfare in the Twenty-First Century
    • State Sponsor: Implications
    • The Turks and the First Crusade
    • Islam
    • Islamism
    • Jihad
    • Jihadization
    • The Media and Terrorism
    • Terrorists’ Needs and the Media
    • What Government Leaders Want from the Media
    • Social Media in Twenty-First Century
    • State Terror and Genocide
    • Cyclical Nature of Terrorism
    • Contemporary Events: Historical Roots
    • The Lone Wolf
    • Summary
    • Review Questions

Part Two Global Terrorism

    • 3 The United States of America
    • Learning Outcomes
    • Key Words to Note
    • Overview
    • Connecting the Dots
    • Dot No. 1—1993: World Trade Center Bombing in New York City
    • Dot No. 2—1995: The Oklahoma City Bombing
    • Dot No. 3—1998: U.S. Embassies Targeted in Africa
    • Dot No. 4—2000: The Suicide Bombing of the USS Cole
    • Dot No. 5—2009: The Underwear Bomber, Detroit
    • Timothy McVeigh—Oklahoma City Bombing, 1995
    • Domestic Terrorism and Extremism
    • The Weather Underground
    • Left-Wing Terrorism
    • Right-Wing Terrorism
    • Revolutionary Nationalist Groups
    • Left-Wing Aggression
    • The Black Panthers and Nation of Islam
    • The Ku Klux Klan
    • Victims of the Klan
    • Osama Bin Laden and Al Qaeda Threat to America
    • Preparations For 9-11
    • The Aftermath
    • Chronology of Events of September 11, 2001
    • Radical Islam and the United States
    • Pre-Radicalization
    • Self-Identification
    • Indoctrination
    • U.S. Foreign Policy—Challenges and Opportunities
    • Watch Lists
    • Testimony Before the Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, U.S. Senate, October 2007
    • Extraordinary Rendition
    • Maher Arar—Canadian Citizen
    • USA Patriot Improvement Act
    • The Patriot Act Closes Dangerous Law Enforcement and Intelligence Gaps
    • The Patriot Act Has Accomplished Exactly What It Was Designed to Do
    • The Patriot Act Authorizes Vital Information Sharing to Help Law Enforcement and Intelligence Officials Connect the Dots Before Terrorists Strike
    • The Patriot Act Eliminates Double Standards by Allowing Agents to Pursue Terrorists with the Same Tools They Use Against Other Criminals
    • The Patriot Act Adapts the Law to Modern Technology
    • The Patriot Act Preserves Our Freedoms and Upholds the Rule of Law
    • The Patriot Act Reauthorization Safeguards our Nation
    • The Patriot Act Reauthorization Creates a New Assistant Attorney General for National Security
    • The Patriot Act Reauthorization Tackles Terrorism Financing
    • The Patriot Act Reauthorization Protects Mass Transportation
    • The Patriot Act Reauthorization Combats Methamphetamine Abuse
    • The Patriot Act Reauthorization Includes the Combat Methamphetamine Epidemic Act of 2005
    • Religious Extremism
    • Jamaat ul-Fuqra
    • Islamic Extremism—A U.S. Military Case
    • Fort Hood Attack
    • Convicted:
    • The Investigation
    • The Boston Marathon Bombing
    • April 8, 2015
    • Lone Wolf Extremism
    • San Bernardino: Workplace Violence or Terrorism?
    • Summary
    • Review Questions
    • 4 Canada and the Caribbean
    • Learning Outcomes
    • Key Words to Note
    • Overview
    • Puerto Rico
    • Canada
    • Immigration and Canada
    • Terrorists Returning?
    • Canada’s Domestic Terrorism
    • Front de Liberation du Quebec
    • International Terrorism—sikh Terrorism
    • Babbar Khalsa
    • Speaking Out Against Sikh Terrorism
    • Talwinder Singh Parmar
    • The Bombing of Air India Flight 182
    • Liberalism and Refugees
    • The Islamist Threat to Canada and Lone Wolf Attacks
    • Project Souvenir—Amanda Korody and John Nuttall—Homegrown Terror Plot
    • Lone Wolf Attacks in Quebec and Ottawa—October 2014
    • The Lone Wolf—Aaron Driver—August 2016
    • The Case of Omar Khadr
    • Refugee System under Pressure
    • Cuba
    • Fidel Castro
    • A State Sponsor of Terrorism
    • The Dominican Republic and Haiti
    • The Dominican Republic
    • The Republic of Haiti
    • Summary
    • Review Questions
    • 5 Great Britain and Northern Ireland
    • Learning Outcomes
    • Key Words to Note
    • Overview
    • Ireland’s Civil War
    • Irish War of Independence, 1919–1921
    • “The Troubles,” 1968–1998
    • Political Objectives
    • Internment
    • Financing Terror
    • The Irish Republican Army and Provisional Irish Republican Army
    • Continuity Irish Republican Army
    • Direct Action Against Drugs
    • Republican Sinn FÉin
    • Real Irish Republican Army
    • Other Irish Terrorist Groups
    • Irish National Liberation Army
    • Ulster Volunteer Force
    • Ulster Democratic Party
    • Ulster Defense Association/Ulster Freedom Fighters
    • Red Hand Defenders
    • Orange Volunteers
    • Turf Wars
    • Civil Liberty and Human Rights
    • The Case of the McConville Family—Michael McConville
    • The Case of Anthony O’Neill
    • Northern Ireland’s Protestant Marching Season
    • The Reverend Ian Paisley (April 1926–September 2014)
    • Sectarian Violence
    • The Pira and International Terror
    • The Northern Ireland Peace Process
    • Decommissioning
    • Power-Sharing Executive
    • The Police Service of Northern Ireland
    • Countering Irish Terrorism
    • State-Sponsored Terrorism—Libya
    • Diplomatic Immunity
    • Pan AM Flight 103—Lockerbie, Scotland
    • Domestic Terrorism in Mainland Britain
    • The Angry Brigade
    • Activist or Terrorist
    • Angry Brigade Terrorist Acts
    • Animal Rights Militia
    • Islamic Extremism
    • Hizb Ut-Tahrir (the Islamic Liberation Party), Al-Muhajiroun, and Islam4uk
    • Tablighi Jamaat
    • The Prevention of Terrorism Act 2005
    • The Facts about Control Orders
    • Terrorism Act 2006
    • Content of the Terrorism Act
    • London—July 7, 2005
    • Terror Attack Timeline—July 7, 2005
    • The July 21, 2005 Failed Bomb Attack Timeline
    • Operation Crevice
    • Shoot to Kill Policy
    • Points for Consideration
    • An Ongoing Threat
    • Murder of Lee Rigby—May 22, 2013
    • Woolwich Attack Timeline
    • Background Counterterrorism and Security Bill
    • Cold War Returns to Britain—Death of Alexander Litvinenko
    • Extreme Right-Wing Groups
    • Summary
    • Review Questions
    • 6 Western Europe
    • Learning Outcomes
    • Key Words to Note
    • Overview
    • Spain
    • Spanish Nationalism and the Basques
    • Basque Separatism
    • Euskadi Ta Askatasuna
    • Development of the ETA Organization
    • New Century—New Campaign
    • Opposition to ETA
    • ETA History Timeline
    • Frente Revolucionario Anti-Fascista Y Patriotico
    • Grupa De Resistencia Antifascista Primo Octobre
    • Islamists and Spain
    • Spain’s 9-11
    • Madrid—March 11, 2004
    • France
    • A Long Acquaintance with Terrorism
    • The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) in France
    • Japanese Red Army
    • Action Direct
    • Alien Invaders
    • Al Qaeda in France
    • Attacks on Paris, 2015—Charlie Hebdo and Bataclan
    • Coordinated Attacks in Paris—November 13, 2015
    • Europe—Current Affairs
    • Germany
    • A Mixed History of Fascism, Terrorism, and Democracy
    • Germany’s New Order
    • Post-World War II Germany and Terrorism
    • Red Army Faction
    • Terrorism and the Olympic Games Movement
    • A Reawaking of Germany’s Past
    • Germany in the Twenty-First Century
    • Al Qaeda in Germany
    • Islamic Jihad Union and German Mujahideen
    • Italy
    • Terrorism and Italy
    • The Red Brigade
    • RB Structure
    • Kidnapping
    • Gap and Nap
    • The Mancino Law
    • Skinhead Organizations
    • Ideology
    • International Terrorism
    • Greece and Turkey
    • Greece
    • Revolutionary Organization November 17
    • Epanastatikos Laikos Agonas
    • Revolutionary Cells/Revolutionary Nuclei
    • Minor Terrorist Groups
    • Cyprus
    • National Organization of Cypriot Combatants
    • Turkey
    • Kemal Ataturk
    • Revolutionary Left (Dev Sol)
    • Kurdistan Workers Party and Kurdistan Freedom Falcons
    • Islamic State
    • Turkish Hezbollah
    • Armenian Terrorism
    • The Nationalist Threat
    • Al Qaeda in Turkey
    • Belgium
    • Coordinated attacks—Brussels—March 2016
    • Timeline—Brussels Attack
    • Soft Targets
    • Bomb Construction
    • Europe’s Muslim Population—Schengen
    • Revolutionary Front for Proletarian Action
    • Communist Combatant Cells
    • Netherlands
    • Danish Cartoons—Freedom of the Press
    • Sweden and Norway
    • Summary
    • Review Questions
    • 7 Eastern Europe and the Balkans
    • Learning Outcomes
    • Key Words to Note
    • Overview
    • Russia and the Soviet Union
    • Narodnaya Volya (NV) (1878–1881)
    • Joseph Stalin
    • The Secret Police
    • The Great Terror
    • Estonian Guerrilla Movement, 1944–1955
    • School for Terrorism
    • Into the Millennium
    • Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin, President of the Russian Federation
    • Russia’S Free-Market Economy and the Russian MafIa
    • Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan
    • Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan
    • Chechnya
    • A Mixed Background of Terror and Warfare
    • Problems in the Caucasus
    • Current Situation
    • Doku Umarov—The Chechen Bin Laden
    • Assassinations
    • Ukraine
    • Georgia
    • Yugoslavia
    • From World War I to Ethnic Cleansing
    • Modern-Day Problems
    • The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia
    • Bulgaria
    • State-Sponsored Terrorism
    • Czech Republic
    • Summary
    • Review Questions
    • 8 North Africa and the Middle East
    • Learning Outcomes
    • Key Words to Note
    • Overview
    • Israel and its Right to Exist
    • Political Considerations
    • Settlements and Terror
    • The Stern Gang
    • Haganah, Irgun Zeva’i Le’umi, National Military Organization
    • Ariel Sharon
    • Mossad
    • The Israeli Secret Intelligence Service
    • The Palestinian Liberation Organization
    • Political Considerations—Hamas, Fatah, and the Palestinian Authority
    • Al-Fatah
    • Operation Bayonet
    • Abu Nidal Organization
    • Significant Incidents
    • Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine
    • Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades
    • The Gaza Strip
    • The Suicide Bomber
    • Hamas
    • Sheikh Ahmed Yassin
    • Organization and Structure of Hamas
    • Izz ad-Din al-Qassam brigades
    • Hamas–Fatah Disunity
    • Weaponry
    • Fatah and Hamas—Unity Government
    • Palestinian Liberation Front
    • The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine—General Command
    • Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine
    • Palestinian Islamic Jihad
    • Ramadan Abdullah Shallah— Secretary General, PIJ
    • Kach and Kahane Chai (Motto: Terror against Terror)
    • Article VI: Preparatory Transfer of Powers and Responsibilities
    • Jordan
    • Hijacking of Airliners: A New Tactic?
    • LOD (Israel) Airport Attack May 30, 1972
    • Jordan in the Twenty-First Century
    • Lebanon
    • Palestinians Come to Lebanon
    • Political Assassinations
    • The Shia Sect in Lebanon
    • Hezbollah
    • Who Killed Rafik Hariri?
    • Kidnapping
    • Hezbollah—Structure and Development
    • Hezbollah—War with Israel
    • Syria
    • A Mossad-Targeted Assassination?
    • Syrian Unrest—Arab Spring
    • Syrian Civil War Components
    • Opposition Groups
    • Morocco
    • Egypt
    • Twentieth-Century Politics
    • Anwar Sadat, 1919–1981
    • Egypt’s Islamic Extremists
    • Arab Spring—Egypt
    • Timeline
    • Sinai Province (SP)
    • Libya
    • Colonel Muammar El-Qaddafi
    • Support for Terror
    • Operation El-Dorado Canyon
    • Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG)
    • Attack on Benghazi—U.S. Casualties—September 11, 2012
    • Islamic State—Threat to Libya
    • Establishing a Base in Northern Libya
    • Territorial Methodology
    • Imposition of strict Sharia Law
    • Atrocities against Christians
    • Strength of Islamic State
    • Tunisia
    • Soft Targets
    • Bardo National Museum—Tunis, March 18, 2015
    • Sousse Beach Resort—Tunisia, June 26, 2015
    • Tunisian Presidential Guard—Tunis, November 24, 2015
    • Sudan
    • Darfur
    • Article II
    • Article III:The Following Acts shall be Punishable
    • Algeria
    • Economic Crisis
    • October 1988 Riots
    • December 1991 Elections
    • The Armed Islamic Group
    • Rais Massacre, Algeria
    • Al Qaeda in the Land of the Islamic Maghreb, Formerly GSPC
    • Summary
    • Review Questions
    • 9 The Persian Gulf
    • Learning Outcomes
    • Key Words to Note
    • Overview
    • Saudi Arabia
    • King Abdul Aziz
    • From the Palestinians to Riyadh
    • Al Qaeda and the Saudi Kingdom
    • Wahhabi Islam
    • Arab Spring—Saudi Arabia
    • Sayyid Qutb (1906–1996)
    • Saudi Hezbollah—Khobar Towers
    • Saudi Counterterrorism
    • Islamic State—Threat to Saudi Arabia
    • Kuwait
    • Iraq
    • Saddam Hussein (1937–2006)
    • Operation Iraqi Freedom
    • Deaths of Uday and Qusay Hussein—July 22, 2003
    • Mujahideen Shura Council
    • Mahdi Army
    • Badr Brigade/Corps
    • Iraqi Insurgency
    • Al Qaeda—Islamic State in Iraq and Levant (ISIL)
    • Islamic State—Children
    • Persecution
    • Weapons and Munitions
    • Propaganda
    • Fundraising
    • External Operations and Intelligence
    • Amn Al-Kharji
    • Weapons of Mass Destruction
    • Support for International Terrorism
    • Bahrain
    • Oman
    • Iran
    • Mujahedin-e-Khalq Organization
    • The Shah of Iran
    • Iran and Nuclear Weapons
    • Sponsoring Terrorism
    • Al Qaeda and Iran
    • Yemen
    • British and Turkish Domination
    • Separate States and Unification
    • Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula
    • Muslim Population—Demographic
    • Summary
    • Review Questions
    • 10 Northeast, Central, and Southern Africa
    • Learning Outcomes
    • Key Words to Note
    • Overview
    • Ethiopia
    • Somalia
    • Al-Shabaab (aka Harakat Al-Shabaab al-Mujahidin, the Youth, Mujahidin al-Shabaab Movement, Mujahideen Youth Movement)
    • U.S. Connection
    • Piracy—a Somali issue
    • Uganda
    • Airline Hijacking to Entebbe
    • The Lord’s Resistance Army
    • The Allied Democratic Forces (ADF)
    • Zimbabwe
    • Unilateral Declaration of Independence
    • Zanu-PF 5 Brigade
    • South Africa
    • Afrikaner Nationalism
    • Apartheid
    • Extreme Right-Wing Afrikaner Movement
    • The Future
    • The African National Congress
    • Robben Island University (Isle of Purgatory)
    • Winnie Madikizela-Mandela
    • Islam in South Africa
    • People against Gangsterism and Drugs
    • Boeremag (Boer Force)
    • Qibla Movement
    • Kenya
    • International Terrorism in Central Africa
    • Politically Expedient Response
    • Westgate Shopping Mall Attack
    • Angola
    • Popular Movement for the Liberation of Angola
    • Mozambique
    • Death of Samora Machel
    • Rwanda
    • Death of a President
    • Democratic Republic of Congo, Formerly Zaire
    • Mobutu Sese Seko
    • Nigeria
    • Boko Haram (BK)
    • Funding of Boko Haram
    • Kidnapping for Ransom
    • Summary
    • Review Questions
    • 11 Southern and Southeast Asia
    • Learning Outcomes
    • Key Words to Note
    • Overview
    • India
    • India’s Political Assassinations
    • Special Economic Zone
    • Islam and India
    • Mumbai Attacks, November 2008
    • Attack Time Line
    • Targets
    • Motives
    • The Punjab and Sikhism
    • Pakistan
    • U.S. Navy Seals Kill Osama Bin ­ Laden—May 2011
    • Benazir Bhutto
    • The Lal Masjid (Red Mosque)
    • Pervez Musharraf
    • Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Islam
    • The Harakat-ul-Ansar
    • Lashkar-e-Taiba (Army of the Pure) (aka Lashkar e-Tayyiba; Lashkar e-Toiba; Lashkar-i-Taiba)
    • Ideology
    • Sikh Terrorism
    • Kashmir
    • Nuclear Proliferation Threats
    • Islamic Militancy
    • Nepal
    • Sri Lanka
    • Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam—ltte
    • Afghanistan
    • The Taliban
    • Al Qaeda (the Base)
    • Al Qaeda Operations
    • Taliban-Linked Insurgents—Haqqani Network
    • Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan
    • Drugs and the Taliban
    • Present and Future Challenges
    • Burma (Myanmar)
    • Ethnic Cleansing of Minority Groups—Muslims
    • Cambodia
    • Pol Pot
    • Thailand
    • History Timeline—Thailand
    • Thailand’s Insurgency
    • Vietnam
    • Ho Chi Minh
    • Summary
    • Review Questions
    • 12 The Pacific Rim
    • Learning Outcomes
    • Key Words to Note
    • Overview
    • China
    • Pan-Turkic Movement—Uighurs
    • The East Turkestan Islamic Movement
    • Falun Gong
    • Hong Kong
    • Taiwan (Republic of China)
    • Japan
    • Aum Shinrikyo
    • Japanese Red Army
    • The Two Koreas
    • The Democratic People’s Republic of North Korea
    • Kidnapping for Political Ransom
    • The Republic of South Korea
    • The Philippines
    • Abu Sayyaf
    • New Peoples Army (NPA)
    • Indonesia
    • De-Radicalization
    • Jemaah Islamiyah (JI)
    • Leadership
    • Western Targets
    • Bali Night Club Bombs—October 12, 2002
    • Who is Abu Bakar Bashir?
    • Australia
    • International Terrorism
    • Lone Wolf Attacks
    • Lindt Chocolate Café attack—Martin Place, Sydney, NSW
    • Australians Targeted
    • Neil Prakash
    • Shadi Jabar Khalil Mohammad
    • Summary
    • Review Questions
    • 13 Latin America and South America
    • Learning Outcomes
    • Key Words to Note
    • Overview
    • Latin American Terrorism
    • Mexico
    • North American Free Trade Agreement
    • Zapatista National Liberation Army
    • Right-Wing Violence
    • Popular Revolutionary Army
    • Narco-Terrorism
    • Disappearances and Human Rights Abuse
    • Guatemala
    • The Bishop of Guatemala—Monsignor Juan Gerardi Conedera
    • Impunity
    • The Civil War
    • Honduras
    • Morazanist Patriotic Front
    • El Salvador
    • Nicaragua
    • Sandinista National Liberation Front
    • Contras
    • Panama
    • Central American Gang Problems
    • Results
    • Colombia
    • Terrorism in Colombia
    • National Liberation Army
    • Right-Wing Death Squads
    • From Counter-Narcotics to Narco-Terrorism
    • Luis Edgar Devia Silva aka Raul Reyes (September 30, 1948—March 1, 2008)
    • Peru
    • Sendero Luminoso (The Shining Path)
    • Tupac Amaru: Movimiento Revolucionario Tupac Amaru
    • The End of the Crisis
    • Bolivia
    • Brazil
    • The Mini-Manual of the Urban Guerrilla
    • Personal Qualities of the Urban Guerrilla
    • Uruguay and Paraguay
    • National Liberation Movement: The Tupamaros
    • Argentina
    • The Triple A
    • International Terrorism in the Tri-Border Area
    • Montoneros
    • Chile
    • Military Dictatorship
    • The Pinochet Years
    • Links to Lebanon and Hezbollah
    • Venezuela
    • Ecuador
    • Summary
    • Review Questions

Part Three The War on Terror

    • 14 Countering Terrorism
    • Learning Outcomes
    • Key Words to Note
    • Overview
    • The Roles for Counterterrorism
    • Maintaining Order
    • Racial Profiling
    • Repression
    • Northern Ireland
    • Legislation
    • Terrorism and Aviation
    • Passenger Screening at Airports
    • Tombstone Technology
    • El Al Hijacking—July 23, 1968
    • Proxy Suicide—El AL (Israeli Airlines)
    • The Global Threat to Civil Aviation
    • Operation Bojinka
    • Liquid Bomb Plot
    • London, UK—August 10, 2006
    • Airport Facilities
    • Passenger Terminal Attacks
    • Heathrow Airport Attacked by Irish Terrorists—1994
    • First Attack
    • Second Attack
    • Third Attack
    • Fourth Attack
    • Glasgow International Airport (UK)—Facility Attack
    • Karachi, Pakistan—Jinnah International Airport—Facility Attack
    • A People Issue
    • Passenger Profiling
    • Screening Passengers by Observation Technique
    • European Civil Aviation Conference
    • Combating Terrorists
    • U.S. Sky Marshals (Federal Air Marshal Service—FAM)
    • Aircraft Hijack Response Location—Stansted Airport, UK
    • Policy
    • UN Security Council Resolution 1373
    • The Patriot Act
    • U.S. Naval Station—Guantánamo Bay—Cuba
    • Military Commissions (Tribunals)
    • International Policing
    • Intelligence Gathering
    • Regional and Global Efforts
    • Fusion Task Force in Action
    • Intelligence Services
    • MI5 (Secret Intelligence Service)—United Kingdom
    • Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre (JTAC)—United Kingdom
    • National Counterterrorism Center
    • CIA and FBI
    • Counterterrorism Units
    • Great Britain
    • Gibraltar—March 7, 1988
    • Australia
    • Rhodesian SAS
    • Republic of Ireland
    • Spain
    • The Persian Gulf
    • France
    • Netherlands
    • Norway
    • Germany
    • Israel
    • Sayeret Mat’Kal:
    • Egypt
    • Czech Republic
    • Indonesia
    • Hostage Rescue Units
    • The United States of America
    • Canada
    • Joint Task Force Two
    • Piracy
    • The UN Convention of the Law of the Sea, Article 105
    • Countering the Threats from the Sea
    • Human Rights and Piracy
    • Achille Lauro—1985
    • Container Security Initiative
    • Chemical and Biological Weapons
    • Understanding Chemical, Biological, and Nuclear U.S. Food and Drug Administration Strategies
    • Combating the Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction
    • Chemical Weapons
    • History of Chemical Terrorism
    • Nerve Agents
    • Vesicants
    • Blood Agents
    • Choking Agents
    • Irritating Agents
    • Biological Weapons
    • History of Biological Weapons
    • Inhalational Anthrax
    • Cutaneous Anthrax
    • Intestinal Anthrax
    • Smallpox
    • Toxins
    • Botulism
    • Pneumonic Plague
    • Tularemia
    • Avian Flu
    • Dirty Bombs
    • Sources of Radioactive Material
    • Control of Radioactive Material
    • Summary
    • Review Questions
    • 15 The Future—What Next for Terrorism?
    • The Past and the Future
    • Al Qaeda and Islamic State
    • Aviation
    • Terrorism Larger Stage
    • Weapons of Mass Destruction
    • The Future Threats from WMD
    • Nuclear Threats
    • Chemical and Biological Threats
    • Holy Terror
    • Suicide and Religious Terrorism
    • Children as Suicide Bombers
    • Technology and Countering Terrorism
    • New Technologies
    • Nano-Technology
    • Directed Energy Weapons
    • Summary
    • 16 Risk Management, Incident Management, and Business Continuity Management
    • Overview
    • What is a Risk Assessment?
    • Purpose
    • Executive Summary (Sample Document)
    • Sample Risk Assessment
    • 1.  Executive Summary—EXAMPLE
    • 2  Methodology
    • 2.1  Threat Risk Assessment Process (Figure 16-4)
    • 2.2  Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED)
    • 2.3  Zoning
    • Public
    • Administration
    • Operations
    • Restricted
    • 2.4  Zone Physical Security Standards
    • 3  Threat Analysis
    • 3.1  Violence from Persons Suffering from Substance Abuse and or Mental illness
    • 3.2  Disgruntled Employee
    • 3.3  General Theft and Vandalism
    • 3.4  Disgruntled members of Public
    • 4  Findings and Recommendations
    • 4.1  Basement Level
    • 4.1.1  Internal Offices
    • 4.1.2  Human Resources Department
    • 4.2  1st Floor
    • 4.2.1  Foyer
    • 4.2.2  Accounts Payable and Receivable Department
    • Risk Assessment
    • 4.2.3  Building Server Room
    • Risk Assessment
    • 4.2.4  Corporate Meeting Rooms
    • Risk Assessment
    • 4.2.5  Windowed offices
    • 4.3  2nd Floor
    • 4.4  3rd Floor
    • 4.4.1  Offices of the President and CEO
    • Risk Assessment
    • 4.4.2  Company Seismology Department
    • Risk Assessment
    • 4.4.3  Public Relations Offices
    • Risk Assessment
    • 4.4.5  Server Room
    • 4.5  4th Floor
    • 4.6  Public Areas
    • 4.7  Interaction Points
    • 4.8  Building Exterior
    • 4.8.1  CCTV Coverage
    • 4.9  Logistical Security
    • 4.9.1  Security Organization
    • 4.9.2  Security Policies and Procedures
    • 4.9.4  Security Awareness and Training
    • Security Management Plan (Sample)
    • Standards Document Layout
    • Overview
    • Section 1—Security Program Overview
    • Development Process
    • Business Continuity Management and Incident Management
    • The Business Continuity Plan Structure (Figure 16-13)
    • Training
    • Incident Management
    • Emergency Response/Crisis Management/Incident Management Plan Components (Figure 16-14)
    • World Health Organization
    • Incident Definition
    • Recognizing the Incident
    • The Incident Management Team
    • Competencies
    • Action Management Process
    • Conducting Team Meetings
    • Incident Awareness
    • Defensive versus Defensible
    • Managing Information
    • ASIANA Airlines Flight 214—July 2013
    • Communication
    • Testing Your Organizational Response
    • Exercise Objectives
    • Why Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planning?
    • Incident Management Exercise
    • Summary

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