Against All Enemies Test | Final Test - Easy

Richard A. Clarke
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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. To get fresh eyes looking for bin Laden, what does the CSG turn to?
(a) Allying with Russia.
(b) American born Afghanistans that are loyal to the U.S.
(c) Left behind dissidents in Sudan.
(d) Predators, (unmanned aircrafts).

2. What does Clarke work on with Arms Control Director Ron Lehmen to verify "innocent' chemical plants?
(a) A Chemical Weapons Convention Treaty.
(b) A Nuclear Power Inspection Committee.
(c) An Alternative Energy Pact.
(d) A Weapons of Mass Destruction Protocol.

3. In regards to the chemical/biological weapons front, what does Colin Powell think about them for the First Gulf War?
(a) He thinks it will send an immediate message if they use it on Iraq.
(b) He believes Iraq has them and is willing to use them.
(c) He thinks they are "goofy."
(d) He believes they should send them overseas but use them only as an emergency.

4. What motivates bin Laden to leave Sudan?
(a) Egypt's threat of military buildup.
(b) Usama bin Laden believes Turabi has lost sight of the Caliphate.
(c) Turabi becomes too controlling for bin Laden.
(d) The CIA and FBI has infiltrated Khartoum.

5. What is Iraq's reported plan to deter the U.S. from invading?
(a) They will bring suicide bombers into the U.S.
(b) They will take hostages from the U.S. Embassy.
(c) They will use chemical weapons on U.S. ships.
(d) They will simulate a nuclear weapons attack.

6. Under the Bush administration, who chairs the NSC Principals meeting?
(a) Ashcroft.
(b) Rice.
(c) Cheney.
(d) Clarke.

7. How does Clarke help prepare, but not frighten the public about homeland terrorism?
(a) His ability to use laymen's words and not medical jargon.
(b) By assuring the government has a handle on defenses.
(c) By downplaying its possibility in the near future.
(d) Through a series of briefings and speeches such as that on 60 minutes.

8. Why does the CIA have extra motivation to catch Kansi?
(a) They have been after Kansi for over a decade.
(b) Kansi escaped from them durign a previous snatch attempt.
(c) Kansi is the ringleader of over five terrorists attacks against the U.S.
(d) Kansi killed their own men in front of their headquarters.

9. When George W. Bush becomes President, what is the early focus in 2001?
(a) Opening pipelines in Alaska.
(b) Russia.
(c) Counter-terrorism at all costs.
(d) China and an antimissile defense system.

10. How is the CIA sure that Iraq has a chemical weapons program?
(a) Iraq used them on Iran when U.S. was helping Iraq.
(b) Hussein threatens Clinton with it.
(c) CIA intelligence shows an "agriculture" building as the research center.
(d) From a surprise U.N. inspection.

11. Why do some people feel secure about future terrorist attacks?
(a) They feel the U.S. is too far away for a big attack to happen.
(b) The U.S. has the biggest, baddest army in the world.
(c) Nearly all the terrorists are caught or dead.
(d) The CIA and FBI are at their best at the moment.

12. What prohibits the FBI from being able to do much research into al Qaeda cells?
(a) Attorney General Guidelines.
(b) Laziness.
(c) Lack of internet.
(d) Pavitt's belief that al Qaeda is not important.

13. What key point is indicated in the Dayton Accord?
(a) The Russians are not allowed to enter Bosnian territory in the future.
(b) The muj must leave Bosnia after the war.
(c) The U.S. and U.K. will no longer finanically help Bosnia if they remain in war.
(d) The Serbian army must leave and evacuate Bosnia within a month.

14. What does the Millennium After Action review mostly focus on?
(a) Their success in stopping attacks during New Year's Eve into 2000.
(b) A small break from terrorism now that the holidays are over.
(c) New threats in the next millenium.
(d) There are al Qaeda sleeper cells in the U.S.

15. Of the listed nations, which does NOT have close relations and influence with the Taliban?
(a) Oman.
(b) Pakistan.
(c) Saudi Arabia.
(d) United Arab Emirates.

Short Answer Questions

1. What does Clinton reputedly say, as written in "USA Today" in 2001?

2. How does Watson get FBI supervisors to participate in looking for al Qaeda cells?

3. What is Sandy Berger's advice to Clarke to get varying departments concerned about chemical/biological weapons prevention and response?

4. What assures Clarke of the "conceptual breakthrough" that terrorism is now a concern for many?

5. As Clarke handles recent terrorist attacks against the U.S., with many dead and injured, what is headlining the media?

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