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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does the U.S. affect the Iran-Iraq war?
(a) Gives intelligence to Iraq.
(b) Secretly gives arms to Iran.
(c) Helps stop the war with peace talks.
(d) The sanctions by the U.S. on both countries affects Iran more.
2. What does Clinton make sure the U.N. does after Black Hawk Down?
(a) Promote involvement from other countries to help with relief aid trafficking.
(b) Send immediate relief aid.
(c) Be ready with a peacekeeping force in 6 months.
(d) Have a peacekeeping force collaborate with the U.S. within 2 weeks.
3. Where does Clinton get assurance that the U.S. bomb hit its target in Iraq?
(a) CIA satellite photos.
(b) A Wall Street Journal reporter in the field.
(c) A relative of a CNN employee.
(d) A friend who is a reporter for the Associated Press.
4. In 1996, who does the U.S. fear will plan terrorist attacks on Americans?
5. How does Clarke learn of an assassination attempt on George H.W. Bush?
(c) Kuwait's ambassador.
(d) An Arab-language London paper.
6. What is the general response as Clarke and his team make an effort for an air defense system in D.C.?
(a) They completely agree and back him.
(b) They think he is creative, but disagree with the immediate need.
(c) They think he is nuts.
(d) They believe he is too involved with conspiracy theories.
7. Why is it important to have Arab nations as allies when the U.S. goes to war against Iraq?
(a) They are the next rising superpower.
(b) Otherwise, they will ally with Iraq against the U.S.
(c) It helps keep Israel's good relationship.
(d) It helps protect the U.S.'s image in the Muslim world.
8. Among the following, who is NOT present at the Counter-terrorism Security Group meeting immediately after the 9/11 attacks?
9. As Clarke and other national levels get together, what does the mayor of New York City order?
(a) Evacuation of Manhattan south of Canal St.
(b) A state emergency.
(c) Evacuation of New York City.
(d) The National Guard's presence.
10. How does Clarke learn about the World Trade Center bombing in 1993?
(a) Clarke was in the vicinity.
(b) O'Neill calls him.
(c) Scowcroft asks him about it.
11. How does Clarke begin making enemies with his own government?
(a) Publicly scrutinizing the idea that they are involved with the Middle East.
(b) Admonishing the Reagan administration for their strategies.
(c) Becoming too close to Israelis.
(d) Getting too close to Reagan and funneling money into his department.
12. What is the U.N. Special Commission's (UNSCOM) job?
(a) Require Iraq to destroy chemical, biological, nuclear, missile programs.
(b) To keep an alliance of the Arab nations intact.
(c) To oversee the rebuilding of Kuwait.
(d) To oversee Hussein's punishment.
13. What must Cheney and his team convince the Saudi King?
(a) To lead the alliance that protects Kuwait.
(b) To ally with Israel.
(c) To allow U.S. troops into his country's bases.
(d) To attack Iraq before Iraq attacks Kuwait.
14. Which country helps the U.S. strengthen its military presence in the Middle East?
(d) Saudia Arabia.
15. How does Freeh want to handle Sayegh's case?
(a) Get him to cooperate for a light sentence.
(b) Banish him to Saudi Arabia so they can handle his case.
(c) Detain him illegally to interrogate him.
(d) Execute him as an example for other terrorists.
Short Answer Questions
1. When does Clarke finally allow himself to grieve over the deaths of 9/11?
2. What concern does Clarke have outside the U.S.?
3. What does Gore believe he does well?
4. What concerns does the FBI have with the new counter-terrorism policy?
5. According to the Counter-terrorism Security Group, what possible target is a major concern?
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