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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does the Millennium After Action review mostly focus on?
(a) There are al Qaeda sleeper cells in the U.S.
(b) New threats in the next millenium.
(c) Their success in stopping attacks during New Year's Eve into 2000.
(d) A small break from terrorism now that the holidays are over.
2. What does Berger do for Clarke as Clarke did for him?
(a) Assures him as a protectee of the Secret Service.
(b) Offers Clarke his vacation home to relax.
(c) Allows him to stay in his home.
(d) Handles the media sessions so Clarke can get away.
3. What motivates bin Laden to leave Sudan?
(a) Turabi becomes too controlling for bin Laden.
(b) The CIA and FBI has infiltrated Khartoum.
(c) Egypt's threat of military buildup.
(d) Usama bin Laden believes Turabi has lost sight of the Caliphate.
4. Of the following, which is NOT a lesson learned in Charlie Allen's assembly of intelligence agencies?
(a) The agencies never got together to consider al Qaeda's weapons before.
(b) It is impossible to prove al Qaeda does not have weapons of mass destruction.
(c) It is easier to hide weapons of mass destruction than find them.
(d) There are less possiblities of weapons locations than they realized.
5. What weakness do Rice and Hadley have in their new positions under George W. Bush's administration?
(a) They often feel the need to check with the President before making a call.
(b) They last worked in NSC during Cold War.
(c) They are both passive agressive people.
(d) Neither are firm in their decisions.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Clarke help prepare, but not frighten the public about homeland terrorism?
2. What prompts Health and Human Services to attend a CSG meeting for the first time?
3. What surprises Powell when he observes a meeting between CSG, NSC, State, Defense, CIA, FBI, and military?
4. Who does al Qaeda ally with to create a stronger army?
5. Near the end of Clinton's administration, what is one of his main focuses?
Short Essay Questions
1. In terms of taking action against terrorism, where does the White House stand? The Pentagon? How is this seen in their decisions?
2. Explain Karl Rove's strategy that Republicans use in election years. How does this strategy turn out?
3. What are the major problems that prevent reasoning with the Taliban?
4. Why is the timing of a strike against al Qaeda questionable in relation to the President?
5. What kind of relationship does bin Laden have with Turabi from Sudan? What projects do they work on together? What is their common goal?
6. What Millennium attack plans are foiled and how are they foiled?
7. List in detail the concerns Clarke has in protecting the troops during the first Iraq War against "special" weapons.
8. How is Clarke able to get funds for embassy hardening? What stops him and who helps him?
9. What is the transition from Clinton's administration to George W. Bush's administration like for Clarke and those working in counter-terrorism? How is this transition received by Clarke and others in counter-terrorism?
10. Compare and contrast "drug czar" with the new "terrorism czar."
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