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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. Who was the White House national security adviser between 1993 and 1997?
(a) Anthony "Tony" Lake.
(b) Richard Clarke.
(c) Zbigniew Brzezinski.
(d) Samuel L. "Sandy" Berger.
2. In each case that the Clinton Cabinet considered cruise missile strikes, what was a decisive problem?
(a) Absolute certainty as to bin Laden's location.
(b) Conflict against terrorism not a declared war.
(c) Potential collateral damage.
(d) Uncertainty of number of civilian deaths.
3. Who was the ISI head from 1998 to 1999?
(a) General Akhtar Abdur Rahman.
(b) General Khwaja Ziauddin.
(c) General Javed Ashraf Qazi.
(d) General Asad Durrani.
4. Unocal wanted to build a pipeline from what location through Kandahar to Pakistan?
5. One report received was a plot against Massoud that involved an assassin dispatched to place what in his shoes?
(a) Boron nitride.
(d) Acetylsalicylic acid.
Short Answer Questions
1. The CIA suspected Pakistani intelligence worked with bin Laden and trained recruits to fight where?
2. When Massoud was cornered in northern Afghanistan, what was the result of his requests for aid?
3. In 2000, the White House counterterrorism head asked which acquaintance to address the bin Laden intelligence problem?
4. The CIA slowly composed an intricate map of which infrastructure made from photos and satellite imagery?
5. When had the White House counterterrorist group grown frustrated with intelligence reports on bin Laden's whereabouts?
Short Essay Questions
1. How was Clinton's visit to Pakistan among the strangest that presidential history has to offer?
2. How had the U.S. intelligence arms switched their focus by 1998?
3. What support did CIA field operatives reportedly seek from the White House team of Richard Clarke?
4. Why was Nawaz Sharif in fear of his army?
5. Why were Clarke and his counter-terrorism group at the White House frustrated by late spring in 2000?
6. What were some of the calculations the CIA's Counterterrorism Center had made regarding al Qaeda by late 1999?
7. Why was George J. Tenet in various ways an unlikely candidate capable of repairing the breach between the CIA and Clinton?
8. By early 1999, what was Tenet's view about the possibility bin Laden might again attack America?
9. Why did Prince Turki believe that bin Laden had fallen through the cracks?
10. How was Unocal introduced?
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