Issues in terrorism and homeland security selections from CQ researcherMaterial type: BookPublisher: New Delhi Sage 2010Description: xvi,390p. ill., maps ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9781412979894 .Uniform titles: CQ researcher Subject(s): Terrorism -- United States | Terrorism -- United States -- Prevention | Terrorism -- Government policy -- United States | National security -- United States | Terrorists -- United States | TerrorismDDC classification: 363.3250973
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Includes bibliographical references.
Understanding terrorism. Re-examining 9/11: could the terrorist attacks have been prevented? -- Anti Americanism: is anger at the U.S. growing? -- Religious fundamentalism: does it lead to intolerance and violence? -- Nuclear proliferation and terrorism: can "rogue" states and terrorists acquire nuclear weapons? -- Terrorist environments. Understanding Islam: Is Islam compatible with Western values? -- Crisis in Pakistan: can the fragile democracy survive? -- Radical Islam in Europe: are terrorists expanding their recruiting efforts? -- Global jihad: does a terrorist movement threaten the West? -- Keeping the homeland secure. Homeland security: two years after 9/11, are we safer? -- Real ID: will the new driver's license law make Americans safer? -- Cybersecuirty: how vulnerable is the U.S. to cyberwarfare? -- Port security: are new anti-terrorism measures adequate? -- Policing the borders: can the United States guard against terrorists? -- Weapons of mass destruction: can the U.S. protect itself? -- Torture debate: is the U.S. war on terror legitimizing torture? -- Treatment of detainees: are suspected terrorists being treated unfairly?