TABLE OF CONTENTS
U.S. Foreign Policy Agenda
An Electronic Journal of the U.S. Department of State, Vol. 6, No. 3, November 2001
TERRORISM: THREAT ASSESSMENT,
COUNTERMEASURES AND POLICY
Commentary Fact Sheets Additional
SEIZING THE MOMENT
By Secretary of State Colin L. Powell
THE INSTRUMENTS OF COUNTERTERRORISM
By Paul R. Pillar, National Intelligence Officer for Near East and South Asia, National Intelligence Council, Central Intelligence Agency
PROTECTING AMERICA AGAINST CYBERTERRORISM
By Paul Rodgers, Assistant Unit Chief, Outreach and Field Support Unit, National Infrastructure Protection Center, Federal Bureau of Investigation
MANY COUNTRIES BENEFIT FROM U.S. ANTITERRORISM TRAINING
By Alan O. Bigler, Director, Antiterrorism Assistance Program, Diplomatic Security Service, U.S. Department of State
Volume 6, Number 3, November 2001
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