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Identified counterterrorism tactics you think work the best.
Identified counterterrorism tactics you think work the least.
Listed the elements they considered essential for the counterterrorism policy and explained why they are essential.
Identified the difficulties that can be encountered in designing and implementing a comprehensive counterterrorism plan.
Listed and described the problems that can be encountered when establishing counterterrorism procedures for the U.S. Explained the reasons why the U.S. faces a unique set of problems
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Identified counterterrorism tactics you think work the best.

Counterterrorism tactics that work the best are developing a relationship with the people within communities that so called terrorists hide in. If the people can be won over, they will work with the counterterrorism units to stem the violence and out the so called terrorists.

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Counterterrorism tactics are identified. The reason why the United States faces a unique set of problems is analyzed.

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