Home » Terrorism, U.S. Strategy, and Reagan Policies by Marc A. Celmer
Terrorism, U.S. Strategy, and Reagan Policies Marc A. Celmer

Terrorism, U.S. Strategy, and Reagan Policies

Marc A. Celmer

Published
ISBN : 9780313256325
Hardcover
142 pages
Enter the sum

 About the Book 

An up-to-date and comprehensive outline of the United States response to terrorism, this study deals with all aspects of U.S. antiterrorist policy from the militarys role in combatting terrorism to the role of international law and organizations inMoreAn up-to-date and comprehensive outline of the United States response to terrorism, this study deals with all aspects of U.S. antiterrorist policy from the militarys role in combatting terrorism to the role of international law and organizations in dealing with terrorists. The evolution of U.S. policy and the anti-terrorism bureaucracy and command structure are carefully traced from the establishment by President Nixon of the Cabinet Committee to combat terrorism to President Reagans signing of National Security Decision Directive 138 sanctioning the use of more aggressive counterterrorist actions, such as the U.S. raid on Libya.