Introduction: Home security in context / David G. Kamien -- Section one: al-Qaida and Global Jihad: Introduction to section 1 -- al-Qaida: origins, goals, and grand strategy / Rohan S. Hashim -- The role of Islam as a motivating factor in Osama bin Ladin's appeal with the Muslim World / David Cook -- Understanding al-Qaida networks / Marc Sageman -- al-Qaida: terrorist selection and recruitment / Scott Gerwehr and Sara Daly -- "The war of the ether": al-Qaida's psychological warfare campaign against the Western and Muslim Worlds / Michael G. Knapp -- Section two: Terrorism beyond al-Qaida: Introduction to section 2 -- The new age of terrorism / Brian Michael Jenkins -- Chaos, terrorism, and beyond / Xavier Raufer -- The psychology of terrorism: future directions and potential implications for counterterrorist policy / John Horgan -- WMD and lessons from the anthrax attacks / Leonard A. Cole -- Biological terrorism: risks and responses / Terrence M. O'Sullivan -- Hizballah / Daniel Byman -- Terrorist financing / Steve Emerson -- Section three: the role of government: Introduction to section 3 / Susan M. Collins -- Homeland Security's national strategic position: goals, objectives, measures assessment / Sharon L. Candle and Randall Yim -- Congressional oversight over Homeland Security and the dynamics of appropriation / Christopher Shays -- The Department of Defense: defending the homeland and defeating enemies abroad / Peter McHale -- Emergency planning: the evolving role of regional planning organizations in supporting cities and counties / David Robertson -- Preparing a city for terrorism / Martin O'Malley -- Legal issues / Michael Kraft -- Transatlantic counterterrorism: some recommendations / Karen J. Greenberg -- International cooperation in counterterrorism / Gijs de Vries -- Section four: Counterterrorism intelligence and analysis: Introduction to section four / Sidney J. Carpenter -- A typology and anatomy of terrorist operations / Dennis A. Pluchinsky -- Intelligence and information sharing in counterterrorism / C. Patrick Duecy -- Counterterrorism: analysis and homeland security / Mark V. Kauppi -- Section five: Risk: Management, perception and communication: Introduction to section 5 / Anthony Beverina -- Integrating risk management with security and antiterrorism resource allocation decision making / Gregory S. Parnell, Robin L. Dillon-Merrill, and Terry A. Bresnick -- The psychological perception of risk / Baruch Fischoff -- The homeland security advisory system / James Jay Carafono -- The role of broadcast media in homeland security communication / Frank Sesno -- Section six: Securing critical infrastructure and Cyberspace: Introduction to section 6 / James F. McDonnell -- Critical infrastructure and interdependency / Rae Zimmerman -- Cybersecurity in post 9/11 America / James D. Cunningham -- Section seven: Border and transportation security: Introduction to section 7 / William H. Parrish -- Border control / K. Jack Riley -- Civil aviation in the United States: security before and after 9/11 / Cathal "Irish" Flynn and Art Krosatka -- Port and maritime security / Carl Bentzel -- Transportation information and security / Harold W. Neil, Jr. -- Section eight: Management, public health, and medical preparedness: Introduction to section 8 / Donna F. Barbisch -- Emergency response: an overview / Ray Lehr -- National response plan, the national incident management systems, and federal response plan / Claire B. Rubin and John R. Harrald -- Understanding and preparing for the psychological consequences of terrorism / Terri L. Tanielian and Bradley D. Stein -- Moving target: biological threats to America / Elin A. Gursky -- Preparedness and responses to Israeli hospitals / Boaz Tadmor, Lion Poles, and Shmuel C. Shapira -- Section nine: Role of the private sector: Introduction to section 9 / Ronald J. Kelly -- Corporate emergency management / Donald L. Schmidt -- Protecting soft targets: how Marriott International deals with the threat of terrorism overseas / Alan Orlob -- The challenge to corporate leadership: managing the human impact of terrorism on business recovery / Mark Braverman -- Working with the business community to enhance preparedness at the county levels: a case study / William Donnelly -- Legal issues for business in responding to terrorist events / William C. Nicholson -- Section ten: Academe: Academe and homeland security / Todd I. Stewart -- Considering a new paradigm for strategic studies / Joseph E. Vorbach III and Patrick N. Newman -- Decision models for emergency response planning / Richard C. Larson -- Section eleven: Science, technology, and information sharing: Introduction to section 11 / Terry Janssen -- Science, technology, and terrorism / Thurman J. Allard and Nigel Hey -- Improving checkpoint security / Fred Facemire and Marx Laustra -- IT architecture for homeland security / Gerald Metz -- Two critical concepts for information technology in homeland security / Don Adams -- Needs analysis for information sharing / David G. Kamien, Jean-Francois Cloutier and Denis Ranger -- Section twelve: Domestic security and civil liberties: Introduction to section 12 / K.A. Taipale -- Thinking about civil liberty and terrorism / Paul Rosenzweig -- Security and freedom of speech / Abraham H. Foxman -- Principled prudence: civil liberties and the homeland security practitioner / Laura W. Murphy -- Government data mining / Newton N. Minow and Fred H. Cate -- Section thirteen: Politics and accountability: Introduction to section 13 / Warren Rudman -- The politics of homeland security / Anne M. Khademian -- Accountability and homeland security / Charles R. Wise and Rania Nader -- Waging the "war of ideas" / William Rosenau -- Glossary. 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