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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. According to the Counter-terrorism Security Group, what possible target is a major concern?
(a) Embassies across the globe.
(b) Political Conventions.
(c) Olympic Games in Atlanta.
(d) The World Exposition in New York.
2. El Sayyid Nosair's legal bills are paid by whom?
(a) Iran Revolutionary Guards.
(b) Usama bin Laden.
3. Who else wants to convict Omar Abdel Rahman for terrorism?
(a) Saudi Arabia.
4. Why is the Navy officer unsure of whether to contact Clarke about the World Trade Center bombing in 1993?
(a) Clarke is not a popular figure amongst the military.
(b) The FBI already arrives on scene.
(c) Freeh tells him not to.
(d) It's the first major domestic terrorist attack.
5. What is Clarke's goal in the Persian Gulf during Reagan's administration?
(a) Sit in on peace talks between Iran and Iraq.
(b) Advise military bases on emergency strategies.
(c) Procure bases.
(d) Keep Israel happy.
6. What does Watson from the FBI suggest the CSG do in the immediate hours following the 9/11 attacks?
(a) Allow the market and businesses to stay open.
(b) Evacuate all landmark buildings.
(c) Evacuate the White House.
(d) Attack al Qaeda.
7. What does Clinton make sure the U.N. does after Black Hawk Down?
(a) Send immediate relief aid.
(b) Be ready with a peacekeeping force in 6 months.
(c) Have a peacekeeping force collaborate with the U.S. within 2 weeks.
(d) Promote involvement from other countries to help with relief aid trafficking.
8. Why is the Iranian Revolution important to the U.S.?
(a) Ayatollah Khomeini is an ally of the U.S.
(b) The Shah of Iran is an important American ally.
(c) The new regime is communist.
(d) The military coupe caused U.S. military deaths.
9. As Clarke and other national levels get together, what does the mayor of New York City order?
(a) The National Guard's presence.
(b) Evacuation of New York City.
(c) Evacuation of Manhattan south of Canal St.
(d) A state emergency.
10. How does Clarke quell issues with Israel in regards to selling arms to South Africa?
(a) Threatens sanctions to all countries that sell to South Africa, including Israel.
(b) Offers financial strategies that can replace Israel's business with South Africa.
(c) Discusses apartheid and anti-semitism with Ivry.
(d) Reminds Ivry that Israel needs the U.S. as long as Russia is a superpower.
11. In 1996, who does the U.S. fear will plan terrorist attacks on Americans?
12. According to Clarke, what is one factor that stops counter-terrorism policies from passing in Congress?
(a) Republican-Democratic party animosity.
(b) The lack of shared intelligence to the Congress.
(c) WTC bombing of 1993 was not a large enough wake-up call.
(d) The push for budget cuts.
13. What is the FBI' s role in the World Trade Center bombing?
(a) They are to implement greater security measures at WTC.
(b) They are secondary under Clarke's command.
(c) They are to find the culprits.
(d) They are to determine WTC's security weaknesses.
14. How does Clarke learn of an assassination attempt on George H.W. Bush?
(b) Kuwait's ambassador.
(d) An Arab-language London paper.
15. What concern does Clarke have outside the U.S.?
(a) Talks with the U.K. to begin military actions against al Qaeda.
(b) Protecting the U.S. embassies overseas.
(c) Maximizing global empathy to help retaliate against al Qaeda.
(d) Colin Powell and other officials currently abroad.
Short Answer Questions
1. What risky task does Gallucci have at the Agricultural Ministry?
2. What does Clarke especially fight for to prevent terrorist attacks?
3. What is the first thing Clarke does upon hearing the news of the World Trade Center?
4. What punishment does President George H.W. Bush seek on Libya for the Pan Am attack?
5. What development adds to the political turmoil in the Middle East?
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