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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Motley, James B.
US strategy to counter domestic political terrorism.
Washington, D.C. : National Defense University Press : [Supt. of Docs., U.S.G.P.O., distributor, 1983]
|Material Type:||Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
James B Motley; National Defense University.
|Description:||xi, 136 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm.|
|Contents:||1. The Threat of Domestic Terrorism: Nature and Dimensions: International Roots ; Nature of the Threat ; Trends in Acts of Domestic Terrorism: Statistical The Years Ahead ; Voices of Concern ; Summary --
2. Combatting the Threat: Unprecedented Po icy Decisions: Dealing with Terroristnduced Crises ; Policy Decisions and Questions ; Summary --
3. The Antiterrorism Program of the United States Government: Birth and Development ; Trilevel Antiterrorism Program Concept ; US Government Organization for Antiterrorism Planning, Coordination, and Policy Formulation ; Jurisdictional Responsibilities ; Domestic Terrorist Crimes ; Support for Antiterrorism Response Actions ; Protection and Security ; 4. Antiterrorist Policy, Organization, and Strategy: A Critical Appraisal: ; Are the Inferences Valid? ; Policy Issues ; Organizational issues ; Strategy ; No Ultimate Victory --
5. The Threatened Role of Intelligence in Combatting Terrorism: ; Establishing the Proper Balance ; The Intelligence-Gathering Process ; Intelligence Production Phases ; The Crisis in US Intelligence ; Legislative and Executive Restraints ; Effects of Developments on Three Levels of US Internal Security ; The Need for Effective Counterintelligence ; The US Antiterrorist Program and the Role of intelligence: An Overview ; Toward Responsible Intelligence ; Summary --
6. The Hanafi Muslim incident: A Case Study of Successful Hostage Negotiations: The Incident and Its Implications ; Background to a Reign of Terror ; Four Points Contributing to Tactical Success ; Negotiations with Political Terrorists: Questions of Strategy and Policy ; Summary --
7. Coping with the Future: Recommendations for Improvement: Two Basic Questions ; Reasons for Concern ; Guiding Principles for New Policies ; A Proposed Strategy: Some Considerations ; Specific Recommendations.
|Series Title:||National security affairs monograph series, 83-2.|
|Other Titles:||U.S. strategy to counter domestic political terrorism.
United States strategy to counter domestic political terrorism.
|Responsibility:||by James B. Motley.|