U.S. Safer, Says RAND Terrorism Expert | KCET
U.S. Safer, Says RAND Terrorism Expert
"Terrorist planners must be kept on the run. Intelligence must prepare for more-competent terrorists and threats from new directions. Security must improve, especially in surface transportation, where six terrorist plots have been uncovered."Above all, the American public and political leaders must avoid transforming terrorist failures into victories by overreaction, pointless recriminations, unreasonable demands for security and partisan attacks that serve only to inspire the nation's terrorist foes." Photo Credit: The image accompanying this post was taken by Flickr user kevindooley. It was used under Creative Commons license.
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