How does literature on guerrilla warfare and counterinsurgency directly apply to the post-9/11 terrorist problem faced by the U.S.?
In his testimony before the 9/11 Commission, Steven Emerson stated that the attackers were militant Islamic terrorists. What led him to that conclusion and how does it relate to Americas strategy in the war on terror?
What are the five conditions necessary for a strong moral case for U.S. preemption, according to Brad Roberts? Does the author agree with all five of these conditions?
What is a false flag operation, why should the U.S. be wary that al Qaeda might attempt such a strategy and what should the U.S. do to prevent al Qaeda from successfully executing this tactic?
What do Sawyer and Vittori identify as the shortcomings of counterterrorist efforts to date that have allowed al Qaeda to realize success since 9/11?
Excerpt from file: Political Science Tutorial Terrorism Worksheet 1. How does literature on guerrilla warfare and counterinsurgency directly apply to the post-9/11 terrorist problem faced by the U.S.? Literature on guerilla warfare and counterinsurgency both apply to post 9/11 terrorist problems. Guerilla warfare is
Print Length: 2 Pages/Slides
Surround your text in
**bold**, to write a math equation use, for example,