Terrorism: What the Next President Will Face : What the Next President Will Face

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  • Copyright: 2008-07-22
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications, Inc
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The United States' approach to fighting terrorism is among the most debated in the 2008 presidential campaign. The new administration will face an immediate need to address Islamist extremist terrorism and develop a long-term strategy that will shape U.S. interests abroad and life at home. This special volume of the ANNALS provides valuable insight that can help influence policy choices and strategies for addressing the challenges of combating terrorism.Taken together, these unclassified briefs are designed to assist the new president and administration-as well as scholars and the general public-- to examine terrorism. They provide a fresh perspective from which to set an agenda to counter violent Islamist extremists ' especially the growing threat of nuclear terrorism ' immediately following the inauguration, before day-to-day crises obstructs long-term planning and strategies. 

Table of Contents

Introduction: Terrorism: The First Portfolio for the Next President
Al Qaeda's Incarnations
Al Qaeda, the Organization: A Five-Year Forecast
Pakistan and Terror: The Eye of the Storm
Using the Mistakes of al Qaeda's Franchises to Undermine Its Strategies
Iraq's Long-Term Impact on Jihadist Terrorism
Briefing for the New President: The Terrorist Threat in Indonesia and Southeast Asia
From Profiles to Pathways and Roots to Routes: Perspectives from Psychology on Radicalization into Terrorism
"Homegrown" Terrorists: Theory and Cases in the War on Terror's Newest Front
Specific U.S. Policies and Programs
Countering Terrorist Finance: A Work, Mostly in Progress
The Incisive Fight: Recommendations for Improving Counterterrorism Intelligence
Restoring Moral Authority: Ending Torture, Secret Detention, and the Prison at Guantanamo Bay
Mutually Assured Support: A Security Doctrine for Terrorist Nuclear Weapon Threats
The Conundrum of Iran: Strengthening Moderates without Acquiescing to Belligerence
Overall U.S. Strategy
A Counterradicalization Strategy for a New U.S. Administration
The Resurgent and Persistent Threat of al Qaeda
To Win the "War on Terror," We Must First Win the "War of Ideas": Here's How
A Strategy for Fighting International Islamist Terrorists
Defeating the Attempted Global Jihadist Insurgency: Forty Steps for the Next President to Pursue against al Qaeda, Like-Minded Groups, Unhelpful State Actors, and Radicalized Sympathizers
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