|Name: _________________________||Period: ___________________|
This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In regards to the chemical/biological weapons front, what does Colin Powell think about them for the First Gulf War?
(a) He believes Iraq has them and is willing to use them.
(b) He believes they should send them overseas but use them only as an emergency.
(c) He thinks it will send an immediate message if they use it on Iraq.
(d) He thinks they are "goofy."
2. Under the Bush administration, who chairs the NSC Principals meeting?
3. What does "Critical Infrastructure Protection" refer to?
(a) Protecting all major road networks such as interstates and bridges.
(b) Protecting major landmarks and the roads leading to and from them.
(c) Protecting D.C. and the roads leading in and out of it.
(d) Protecting computer systems and networks.
4. Near the end of Clinton's administration, what is one of his main focuses?
(a) Domestic security.
(b) Isreali-Palestinian agreement.
(c) Bombing Afghanistan.
(d) Rebuilding Bosnia.
5. Why is the Pol-Mil Plan called "Top Secret Delenda?"
(a) Because that is the code name for bin Laden.
(b) Because Delenda is an evil shepherd in the bible who teaches hate.
(c) Because al Qaeda must be destroyed.
(d) Because that is where bin Laden's cave is located.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Iraq's reported plan to deter the U.S. from invading?
2. What assures Clarke of the "conceptual breakthrough" that terrorism is now a concern for many?
3. As Clarke handles recent terrorist attacks against the U.S., with many dead and injured, what is headlining the media?
4. What plan of attack does al Qaeda execute in Indonesia?
5. What is expected to happen on August 20, 1998?
Short Essay Questions
1. What are the obstacles in planning a snatch for Abu Hafs al-Muratani, an associate of bin Laden, in Khartoum?
2. How is Clarke able to get funds for embassy hardening? What stops him and who helps him?
3. In terms of taking action against terrorism, where does the White House stand? The Pentagon? How is this seen in their decisions?
4. What are some differences between George W. Bush and Clinton? Which stands out the most to Clarke?
5. What rejuvenates Intelligence agencies in rethinking al Qaeda? How is this achieved?
6. 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.
7. Explain Karl Rove's strategy that Republicans use in election years. How does this strategy turn out?
8. Why is the timing of a strike against al Qaeda questionable in relation to the President?
9. What are the major problems that prevent reasoning with the Taliban?
10. What Millennium attack plans are foiled and how are they foiled?
This section contains 1,571 words
(approx. 6 pages at 300 words per page)