Salazar, Steven L.
September 2002
Transformation Concepts for National Security in the 21st Centur;9/1/2002, p247
Book Chapter
Chapter 8 of the book "Transformation Concepts for National Security in the 21st Century " is presented. This chapter discusses various issues related to terrorism in the United States. It also explains that terrorism is one of a group of transnational threats, along with drug trafficking, weapons of mass destruction and attacks on computer networks.


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