By Uffe Kock Wiil (auth.), Uffe Kock Wiil (eds.)
Since the Sep 11 terrorist assaults within the usa, severe issues have been raised on household and overseas safeguard matters. for that reason, there was significant curiosity lately in technological techniques and assets to counter acts of terrorism. during this context, this booklet offers a cutting-edge survey of the latest advances within the box of counterterrorism and open resource intelligence, demonstrating how numerous latest in addition to novel instruments and methods may be utilized in fighting covert terrorist networks. a selected concentration is going to be on destiny demanding situations of open resource intelligence and views on the best way to successfully function so one can hinder terrorist activities.
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Yet if the US is successful in deterring attacks against itself without reducing the overall supply of terror then most OECD countries would see sharp increases in attacks because of a substitution effect. The scale of the substitution effect should alert policy makers to the need to develop and execute multinational defensive strategies. Current strategies, focused on protecting national borders, are both inefficient at reducing the global supply of 28 A. Gutfraind plots and increase the threat to allied countries.
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Counterterrorism and Open Source Intelligence by Uffe Kock Wiil (auth.), Uffe Kock Wiil (eds.)