This unique work analyzes for the first time how foreign-affinity terrorism works in a major democratic nation like the United States, and what this country must do to survive the terror challenge, on both conventional and unconventional levels.
* Contributions from six distinguished academics and professionals with wide experiences in public and private service
* Case studies of the major U.S. counterterrorism strategies, including intelligence, law enforcement, border security, financial issues, and civil liberties concerns increase public and governmental understanding of the risks of, and possible responses to, future foreign-affinity terrorism
* A compilation of selected American foreign-affinity terrorists operating at home and abroad
Yonah Alexander is professor emeritus of the State University of New York, Albany, NY, and former research professor and director of terrorism studies at The George Washington University, Washington, DC.