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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Near the end of Clinton's administration, what is one of his main focuses?
(a) Rebuilding Bosnia.
(b) Domestic security.
(c) Bombing Afghanistan.
(d) Isreali-Palestinian agreement.
2. How does bin Laden's network help Bosnia?
(a) He plans terrorist attacks on President Izetbegovic.
(b) He finances their war.
(c) He allies with them against Russia.
(d) He sends men, arms, and money to fight against the Serbs.
3. Where does CSG send specialized security after their meeting on August 8, 1998?
(a) U.S Embassy in all northern African nations.
(b) U.S. Embassy in Albania.
(c) All armed force bases in Lebanon.
(d) Major U.S. airports.
4. Of the listed nations, which does NOT have close relations and influence with the Taliban?
(a) United Arab Emirates.
(d) Saudi Arabia.
5. What does Clinton reputedly say, as written in "USA Today" in 2001?
(a) "We prevented many attacks that are unknown. This fight continues into the next presidency."
(b) "I wish Bush great luck... Maybe he'll have a better chance at getting al Qaeda."
(c) "I tried to take bin Laden out... the last four years I was in office."
(d) "I fought terrorism to the best of my ability, but it is up to civilians to educate themselves."
6. With Executive Order 13099, what does Clarke finally get to focus on?
(b) Prevention and not just response.
(c) Chemical agents in Shifa.
(d) Stopping terrorism financing.
7. Under the Bush administration, who chairs the NSC Principals meeting?
8. What is Sandy Berger's advice to Clarke to get varying departments concerned about chemical/biological weapons prevention and response?
(a) Flatter them on their department's useful knowledge and know-how.
(b) Threaten budget cuts.
(c) Scare them into it.
(d) Offer increased budgets with their participation.
9. How does Clarke help prepare, but not frighten the public about homeland terrorism?
(a) By assuring the government has a handle on defenses.
(b) Through a series of briefings and speeches such as that on 60 minutes.
(c) His ability to use laymen's words and not medical jargon.
(d) By downplaying its possibility in the near future.
10. Who vetoes the snatch against Usama bin Laden in 96-97?
(a) Tony Lake.
(b) Janet Reno.
(c) Clarke and Tenet.
(d) Clinton and Gore.
11. Which country supports an assassination attempt on President Mubarak from Egypt?
12. What does "Critical Infrastructure Protection" refer to?
(a) Protecting major landmarks and the roads leading to and from them.
(b) Protecting computer systems and networks.
(c) Protecting all major road networks such as interstates and bridges.
(d) Protecting D.C. and the roads leading in and out of it.
13. No longer part of the Principals Committee, who does CSG now report to?
(d) Deputy Secretaries.
14. What approval does Clarke ask for from Madeleine Albright?
(a) Approval to publicly threaten Taliban and bin Laden.
(b) Run an interagency process to protect U.S. embassies.
(c) More manpower to find terrorists' funding.
(d) To bomb Afgahnistan.
15. What report does an Arab leader give the consul general?
(a) bin Laden is asking for leads to a chemical weapons program.
(b) Hussein is setting up an assasination attempt on Clarke.
(c) Hussein is looking for chemical engineers for his weapons program.
(d) Usama bin Laden has a contract out to kill Clarke.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the government's response to the rise in terrorism during Clinton's administration?
2. What does Powell suggest to fight the al Qaeda threat?
3. Who throws a fit about discussion of al Qaeda at a committee meeting with CSG?
4. What threat is part of Executive Order 13099 against those that finance terrorist organizations?
5. How does Watson get FBI supervisors to participate in looking for al Qaeda cells?
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