Book 1

Homeland Security Intelligence

Homeland Security Intelligence

DIANE Publishing. 2010

Prior to 9/11, it was possible to make a distinction between ¿domestic intell.¿ ¿ law enforcement info. collected within the U.S. ¿ and ¿foreign intell.¿ ¿ military, political, and economic intell. collected outside the country. Today, threats posed by terrorist groups are now national security threats. This report provides a conceptual model of how to frame HSINT, including geographic, structural/statutory, and holistic approaches. The report argues that there is, in effect, a Homeland...

Emerging Issues in Homeland Security

Emerging Issues in Homeland Security

Nova Publishers. 2021

For a myriad of reasons, the United States of America created a Department of Defiance whose seemly unshakeable credo is based on the oft-quoted sports slogan that the best defense is a good offense. Thus America was caught with its pants down on September 11. It could attack entire countries with doomsday nuclear weapons at the drop of the hat, but couldn't find or hit the person who dropped the hat. It could rain down 500 pound hole blaster bombs but couldn't find the holes. Who even...

The Department of Homeland Security

The Department of Homeland Security

The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc. 2005

Discusses the job of, and levels in, the United States Department of Homeland Security, why it was developed, how it works, and who were and are key figures in preserving the security of the United States.

University Research Centers of Excellence for Homeland Security

University Research Centers of Excellence for Homeland Security

National Academies Press. 2004

In establishing the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the Administration and Congress determined that science and technology should play a key role in the nation's efforts to counter terrorism. Congress included an S&T directorate prominently in the DHS. Within that directorate, is the Office of University Programs, which is responsible for sponsoring a number of homeland security centers of excellence in the nation's universities. These centers are to work on a spectrum of short- and...

Dissent from the Homeland

Dissent from the Homeland

Duke University Press. 2003

Dissent from the Homeland is a book about patriotism, justice, revenge, American history and symbology, art and terror, and pacifism. In this deliberately and urgently provocative collection, noted writers, philosophers, literary critics, and theologians speak out against the war on terrorism and the government of George W. Bush as a response to the events of September 11, 2001. Critiquing government policy, citizen apathy, and societal justifications following the attacks, these writers...