3 edition of Evaluating novel threats to the homeland found in the catalog.
Evaluating novel threats to the homeland
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Brian A. Jackson ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Jackson, Brian A., 1972-|
|LC Classifications||UG1242.D7 J33 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008011430|
In evaluating the quality of Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS’s) approach to risk analysis—element (a) of this study’s Statement of Task—we must differentiate between DHS’s overall conceptualization of the challenge and its many actual the former category, the department has set up processes that encourage disciplined discussions of threats. The deadliest threats. Failures of Imagination highlights 8 threats that are neither outlandish nor impossible — threats that, McCaul assures us, have been actively considered by terrorists. These 8 threats are: A “decapitation strike” on America’s political leadership at the U.S. Capitol.
The book is about terrorists and homeland security. The first two chapters review the progress of the terrorism wars from the immediate post-9/11 days through current insurgent activities in Iraq. It is evident that this conflict will not be decided in the near future but will persist for decades, during which setbacks will be obvious and. White's TERRORISM: AN INTRODUCTION, a perennial best-seller, is recognized as the most objective terrorism book in the market. In the latest edition, White has rewritten and incorporated parts of his two books DEFENDING THE HOMELAND and TERRORISM to create one new comprehensive text. To reflect this change, the title has been updated to TERRORISM AND HOMELAND SECURITY: AN .
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An example of such a novel threat is the use of cruise missiles or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) by terrorist groups or other asymmetric actors to attack homeland targets.
Individual threats cannot be assessed in isolation, however, since adversaries always have many options for staging by: 7. Book Description: Changes in technology and adversary behavior will invariably produce new threats that must be assessed by defense and homeland security planners.
An example of such a novel threat is the use of cruise missiles or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) by terrorist groups. Read this book on Questia. Develops approaches for assessing asymmetric attacks using cruise missiles or unmanned aerial vehicles, a novel potential threat to homeland targets, in the context of other options available to terrorist actors and for identifying the factors that.
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Robert W. Button has 13 books on Goodreads with 6 ratings. Robert W. Button’s most popular book is Evaluating Novel Threats to the Homeland: Unmanned Aer. ment strategies that are eﬀective against multiple threats. This monograph should be of interest to homeland security poli-cymakers, military and defense planners, analysts examining the ter-rorist threat, technology and defense system designers, and individuals charged with protecting potential targets in the U.S.
homeland from terrorist attack. Get this from a library. Evaluating novel threats to the homeland: unmanned aerial vehicles and cruise missiles. [Brian A Jackson; National Defense Research Institute (U.S.); United States.
Defense Threat Reduction Agency.; Rand Corporation.;] -- Develops approaches for assessing asymmetric attacks using cruise missiles or unmanned aerial vehicles, a novel potential threat to homeland targets.
This is quite the book; Amelia Gray is a master of detail. Such that in every small vignettemost chapters are no more than three pagesthere is a lush diversity of compact images that portend way more than they initially seem. I found myself rereading and re-rereading over and over.
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There is a list of characters, and a list of historical events to ensure that you stay on the right path - and I loved every word.
Read more. One person found this helpful/5(). Homeland is a novel by Cory Doctorow, published by Tor is a sequel to Doctorow's earlier novel, Little was released in hardback on February 5, and subsequently released for download under a Creative Commons (CC-BY-NC-ND) license on Doctorow's website two weeks later on Febru The novel includes two afterword essays by computer security researcher and Author: Cory Doctorow.
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Before attempting to publish the book, do a careful review by asking yourself. The Department of Homeland Security would lead the federal government’s efforts in preparing for and responding to the full range of terrorist threats involving weapons of mass destruction.
To do this, the Department would set national policy and establish guidelines for state and local governments. It would.
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Jackson, Dave Frelinger, Michael Lostumbo, and Robert Button (PDF files at ) Filed under: Ballistic missile defenses -- United States. The second series is a pages thriller that was published by Thomas Nelson in ; few months after the first novel of the series was published.
This second book of the series gives the readers more puzzles and helps both the reader and Charlie to get more answers to the earlier questions from the first book and some extra questions. Homeland paints a disturbing picture of post-9/11 defense and security.
With good reason, Marcus and his compatriots distrust the government, the police, politicians, and the multinational corporations to which they are often beholden. Those with power in Homeland tend to abuse it.
Individual citizens need to fight back, but the book makes 5/5. An edge-of-your-seat original prequel novel based on Showtime's hit series, Homeland, 'the best thriller on American television' New York Post Beirut, Cia operations officer Carrie Mathison barely escapes an ambush while attempting a clandestine meeting with a new contact code-named Nightingale/5().Note: If you're looking for a free download links of Terrorism and Homeland Security Pdf, epub, docx and torrent then this site is not for you.
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