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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) New threats in the next millenium.
(b) Their success in stopping attacks during New Year's Eve into 2000.
(c) A small break from terrorism now that the holidays are over.
(d) There are al Qaeda sleeper cells in the U.S.
2. With Executive Order 13099, what does Clarke finally get to focus on?
(a) Stopping terrorism financing.
(b) Chemical agents in Shifa.
(c) Prevention and not just response.
3. How many cruise missiles are launched against al Qaeda camps and target buildings?
4. What does Berger do for Clarke as Clarke did for him?
(a) Handles the media sessions so Clarke can get away.
(b) Allows him to stay in his home.
(c) Assures him as a protectee of the Secret Service.
(d) Offers Clarke his vacation home to relax.
5. What threat is part of Executive Order 13099 against those that finance terrorist organizations?
(b) Lifetime imprisonment.
(c) War with them as well as the terrorist organization.
(d) U.N. banishment.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Iraq's reported plan to deter the U.S. from invading?
2. According to Will Wechsler, where do people think bin Laden gets his finances from?
3. Why does the CIA have extra motivation to catch Kansi?
4. Why does the CSG not take extra measures to snatch Khalid Sheik Muhammad?
5. What report does an Arab leader give the consul general?
Short Essay Questions
1. In detail, describe the Cabinet meeting that gives the departments a wake-up call about how the U.S. lacks a chemical, biological and nuclear weapons response system.
2. What are the obstacles in planning a snatch for Abu Hafs al-Muratani, an associate of bin Laden, in Khartoum?
3. What do Sam Nunn, Dick Lugan and Pete Dominic have in common? How do they help Clarke's goals with counter-terrorism?
4. 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?
5. According to Clarke, what credit does he give Usama bin Laden?
6. What are the details in CSG's plan to snatch Usama bin Laden? Why is it vetoed?
7. What rejuvenates Intelligence agencies in rethinking al Qaeda? How is this achieved?
8. How is Pakistan involved with al Qaeda? How are Pakistan and U.S. relations? As plans are developed to retaliate against al Qaeda, why is Pakistan mentioned and considered?
9. Explain Karl Rove's strategy that Republicans use in election years. How does this strategy turn out?
10. Describe the political cartoon that reflects Clarke's feelings about the Bush administration. What does this motivate Clarke to do?
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