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Richard A. Clarke
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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. According to Clarke, what is the global response to the U.S.'s invasion of Iraq after 9/11?
(a) Western support but larger relationship gap from Muslim countries.
(b) General support to finally oust Hussein.
(c) Heightened hatred for America among Muslim youth.
(d) Surprise positive response from other Muslim nations.

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

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

4. What does Clarke suggest will help weaken the Taliban?
(a) Helping the Northern Alliance.
(b) Strengthen U.S. friendship with Pakistan.
(c) Improve U.S. relations with developing countries.
(d) Using the Taliban's own bombing tactics on their known facilities.

5. How many cruise missiles are launched against al Qaeda camps and target buildings?
(a) 170.
(b) 75.
(c) 55.
(d) 10.

Short Answer Questions

1. More than al Qaeda, what other acts of terrorism are on the FBI's minds?

2. What characteristic does Usama bin Laden look for in jihad availability?

3. What key point is indicated in the Dayton Accord?

4. To get fresh eyes looking for bin Laden, what does the CSG turn to?

5. Of the three initiatives Clarke presents, which is the most troubling to cabinet members?

Short Essay Questions

1. Explain Karl Rove's strategy that Republicans use in election years. How does this strategy turn out?

2. What is a Pol-Mil Plan? How does it get started?

3. What rejuvenates Intelligence agencies in rethinking al Qaeda? How is this achieved?

4. List in detail the concerns Clarke has in protecting the troops during the first Iraq War against "special" weapons.

5. What do Sam Nunn, Dick Lugan and Pete Dominic have in common? How do they help Clarke's goals with counter-terrorism?

6. How is Clarke able to get funds for embassy hardening? What stops him and who helps him?

7. What are the major problems that prevent reasoning with the Taliban?

8. Explain Theme Days and how Clarke handles his counter -terrorism Theme Day?

9. Describe the political cartoon that reflects Clarke's feelings about the Bush administration. What does this motivate Clarke to do?

10. Who is Jamal al -Fadl, how does he help U.S. intelligence, and why?

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