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Terrorism, the Future, and U.S. Foreign Policy

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Terrorism, the Future, and U.S. Foreign Policy

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CRS Issue Brief for Congress Received through the CRS Web
Terrorism, the Future, and U.S. Foreign Policy
Updated February 25, 2002
Rensselaer Lee and Raphael Perl Foreign Affairs, Defense, and Trade Division
Congressional Research Service  ˜  The Library of Congress
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S UMMARY
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M OST R ECENT D EVELOPMENTS
B ACKGROUND AND A NALYSIS
September 11 th and Aftermath
Background
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U.S. Policy Response Framework Dilemmas Continuing Terrorist Threats Policy Tools Diplomacy/Constructive Engagement Economic Sanctions Economic Inducements Covert Action Rewards for Information Program Extradition/Law Enforcement Cooperation Military Force International Conventions Potential Tools An International Court for Terrorism Media Self-Restraint Policy Reform
U.S. Organization and Program Response Antiterrorism Assistance Program Assistance to Victims Programs Counterterrorism Research and Development Program Diplomatic Security Program Options for Program Enhancement
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