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    Nietzsche and Terrorism

    Friedrich Nietzsche stated that, "He who fights monsters should see to it that in the process he does not become a monster. When you gaze long into the Abyss, the Abyss also gazes into you." (p. 109).* 1. What do you think Nietzsche meant by this quote? 2. How does this relate to the psychology of terrorism? 3. What fac

    Geneva Convention Conversation

    Please help explaining why members of the Taliban are covered by the Geneva Convention while members of Al Qaeda are not. Can you include the four criteria set out by the Convention to define irregular militias, also provide references.

    "Normalization" of counter-terror practices

    Please help with this topic, I can't seem to find any information on the subject. Please include references so I can go back and further review the topic. Fully explaining what is meant by "normalization" of counter-terror practices, discuss why it is a matter for concern

    Terrorist Training Manuals

    What are some subject matters addressed in terrorist training materials and what are the multiple means of developing information to locate terrorist training materials? I'm completely lost on how we would gain this type of information for law enforcement officers.

    Homeland Security and Terrorism

    Construct a synopsis about this recent article regarding homeland security: "Wisconsin man accused of trying to join Islamic State group" - http://www.aol.com/article/2015/04/09/wisconsin-man-accused-of-trying-to-join-islamic-state-group/21163178/

    Drug War and Terrorism

    Does the drug war on the U.S./Mexico Border have any connection with terrorism or national security?

    Terrorism and Drug Trafficking Conspiracy

    "Terrorist groups accumulate profits from drug trade to fund their movements." Do you agree? Why/why not? Do terrorist groups have reasons besides financial funding to indulge in the drug trade? If so, what are they? If not, why not? "The involvement in terrorism by drug traffickers can be especially worrisome because of the

    Attempting to Define Terrorism

    Are hate crimes acts of terrorism? Why or why not? Provide examples to support your response. How important is extremism in defining terrorism? Why? What are the characteristics of extremists that make it easy for them to resemble terrorists? How is the definition of terrorism in the United States different from terrorism in o

    Border Control Issues

    Explain these 4 border security issues in detail. 1. Defend why a virtual fence is the best •Pro's/Con's •List stakeholders •CBP/ICE, State, Local •Technology Companies 2. Defend why a combination is the best •Pro's/Con's •List stakeholders •CBP/ICE, State, Local •Technology Companies 3.Defend w

    Terrorism, Social Media, and the 21st Century

    Hypothetical Scenario: A new terrorist group has taken the Internet by storm. It is called Jihad 2.0 and adheres to an ideology similar to Al-Qaeda's. This group has multiple websites. Members have created videos with sermons and distributed them on YouTube and other sites. Members also have Facebook pages with thousands of foll

    Implementing a terrorism rehabilitation program in the USA

    Hypothetical Scenario: The government of the United States has decided to implement a terrorism rehabilitation program similar to that of Saudi Arabia. It has hired some of the Saudi Arabian officials who created and oversaw the program in their own country to act in the capacity of special advisers while the government is s

    Changes in America since 9/11

    How has national security in America changed the since the September 11th terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center buildings and the Pentagon? Support your conclusion.

    International Justice and the United States

    Hypothetical Scenario: Imagine that U.S. Special Forces had captured Osama bin Laden during their raid on his compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan. He is currently being held at Guantanamo Bay. (1) What security risks would arise from his detention? (2) In hindsight, was capturing and detaining bin Laden actually a better

    Legality of proposed control orders in the United States

    Hypothetical Scenario: Legislation has been introduced in the United States that authorizes the use of Control Orders for terrorists. You have been hired to conduct an impact assessment of their use. (1) What legal issues may arise from their implementation? (2) How effective would these Control Orders be against suspected

    The Use of Torture in the US

    During the height of the war against terrorism, we often heard the term "water boarding" as it was used as a form of torture on suspected terrorists. Is torture ever necessary or justified? Support your position.

    Responding to a terrorist incident

    Hypothetical Scenario: On October 1, 2011, U.S. homegrown terrorists inspired by al-Qaeda engaged in coordinated attacks on vehicles on the Brooklyn, Ed Koch Queensboro, and George Washington bridges in New York City. These individuals attacked their targets using automatic weapons and improvised explosive devices. The perpetrat

    Counter-Terrorism, and Civil Liberty

    This Discussion Board will examine the hypothesis that U.S. security would be more effective if efforts were focused more on the economic, social, political, and religious causes of terrorism than expending heavily in military, security, and law enforcement measures. In the United States, organizations that charter to safegua

    Hypothetical Scenario: Terrorist Attack

    Hypothetical Scenario Intelligence was received that Ayman al-Zawahiri had ordered an attack to take place on the 10th anniversary of 9/11 in New York City. He had ordered three men to carry out the attack, which allegedly included the use of car bombs. Three men were caught in Canada. It is unclear whether these individuals wer

    Consolidation of National Security

    Please answer the following questions. As you answer each question you must provide support or evidence that will enhance and empirically prove your answers. Academic criminal justice articles or real-life criminal justice findings that are not found in journals or other academic sources must be used in supporting your answers.

    Torture and the CIA

    I would like a well written 8 page paper. I would like current ethical arguments for and against the use of torture. The history of torture used by the USA and what the laws state today concerning interrogation techniques. I would like the history of the CIA and thier involvement of torture techniques and examples of