Title: Homeland Security And Terrorism
Author: James J. F.Forest
Forest, James J. F. (2014), University of Massachusetts, Lowell, Russell D. Howard, Monterey Institute of International Studies, and Joanne C. Moore, United States Army. Homeland Security And Terrorism: Readings And Interpretations, 2nd ed. New York : McGraw-Hill
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- Topic guide — Foreword by / Bruce Hoffman — Preface — Unit one: definitions and frameworks — Unit two: response and resiliency — Unit three: public security and civil liberties — Unit four: alternatives to explore.
- Terrorism–United States–Prevention.
- Civil defense–United States.
- National security–United States.
- Civil rights–United States.
Date Posted: October 13, 2015
Reviewed by Joseph Sinai
A collection of articles by experts in homeland security, terrorism and counter-terrorism studies (including a chapter by this reviewer). Chapters cover topics such as defining the terrorist threat, the nature of homeland security, responding to the threat through organizational resilience at the federal, state, and local levels, the relationship between public security and civil liberties, and challenges in homeland security, such as lessons from other countries in preventing natural catastrophes and terrorism.
 Sinai, Joseph C. in The Intelligencer: Journal of U. S. Intelligence Studies (20, 1, Spring/Summer 2013, p. 105). Joseph Sinai, Ph.D. Dr. Joshua Sinai is a Washing~ ton-based educator and consultant on terrorism and counterterrorism studies. He can be reached at: Joshua.Sinai@comcast.net.