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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 is the proper term for "snatches?"
(a) Reserved acquisition.
(b) Seize and capture.
(c) Extraordinary renditions.
(d) Specialized arrest.
2. As Clarke handles recent terrorist attacks against the U.S., with many dead and injured, what is headlining the media?
(a) How Republicans hold Congress majority.
(b) The need for homeland security.
(c) American Idol.
(d) Clinton's infidelity scandal.
3. When George W. Bush becomes President, what is the early focus in 2001?
(a) Opening pipelines in Alaska.
(c) China and an antimissile defense system.
(d) Counter-terrorism at all costs.
4. What does the Millennium After Action review mostly focus on?
(a) New threats in the next millenium.
(b) There are al Qaeda sleeper cells in the U.S.
(c) A small break from terrorism now that the holidays are over.
(d) Their success in stopping attacks during New Year's Eve into 2000.
5. Why does the CSG not take extra measures to snatch Khalid Sheik Muhammad?
(a) They believe Muhammad is a bumbling fool and thinks it will be easy.
(b) Division within CSG takes over the goal of the snatch.
(c) Qatar's government gives them no choice.
(d) They do not realize he is the mastermind behind WTC until after 9/11.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Powell suggest to fight the al Qaeda threat?
2. Near the end of Clinton's administration, what is one of his main focuses?
3. How does Clarke help prepare, but not frighten the public about homeland terrorism?
4. Where does CSG send specialized security after their meeting on August 8, 1998?
5. What does the State Department originally have for anthrax prevention?
Short Essay Questions
1. What Millennium attack plans are foiled and how are they foiled?
2. 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?
3. What do Sam Nunn, Dick Lugan and Pete Dominic have in common? How do they help Clarke's goals with counter-terrorism?
4. 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?
5. What are the results of al Qaeda's first act of war against the U.S. since their issued fatwa? How does it affect more than just U.S. citizens?
6. Explain Theme Days and how Clarke handles his counter -terrorism Theme Day?
7. Describe the political cartoon that reflects Clarke's feelings about the Bush administration. What does this motivate Clarke to do?
8. List in detail the concerns Clarke has in protecting the troops during the first Iraq War against "special" weapons.
9. How is Clarke able to get funds for embassy hardening? What stops him and who helps him?
10. What are Rice's views of CSG when she works in the NSC for George W. Bush's administration?
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