Table of contents for Transnational threats : blending law enforcement and military strategies / edited by Carolyn W. Pumphrey.


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1. Introduction
Carolyn W. Pumphrey    .......... 1
2. An Overview from Law Enforcement s
Perspective
Spike Bowman . . .                      19
3. Transnational Threats: U.S. Military
Strategy
DanielS. Roper.     .       .     . .  . 41
4. Information and Terroristic Use of Mass
Weapons: The Larger Context
Kenneth A. Minihan . .....             51
5. Intelligence Problems as They Relate to
International Crime Organizations and
Drug Trafficking
William  J. Olson  .... .... .....57
6. Transnational Threats Vis-'a-Vis Law
Enforcement and Military Intelligence:
Lessons on the Emerging Relationship
Elizabeth Rindskopf-Parker . .. . . . . . . 65
7. Terrorism by Weapons of Mass
Destruction: A Reassessment
of the Threat
Bruce Hoffman.    .........        .   85
8. Terrorism and Weapons of Mass
Destruction: A Review and New
Paradigm
Jeffrey F Addicott    .   . . .         10t
9. Bruce Hoffman's View of Terrorism
by Weapons of Mass Destruction:
Another Perspective
Victor Utgoff .  ..                     133
10. The National Information
Infrastructure: The Role of the
Department of Defense in Defending It
Daniel T. Kuehl. 137
11. Daniel TI Kuehl s View of DOD s Role in
Defending the National Information
Infrastructure: Another Perspective
Phillip E. Lacombe . ... 163
12. Daniel Kuehl's View of Information
Warfare and the Defense of U.S.
Information Systems: Another
Perspective
Richard Marshall.   .     .   .. . . . 173
13. Combating Transnational Organized
Crime
Phil Williams . . .   . .             1. .  .. 185
14. Phil Williams View of Criminal
Organizations and Drug Trafficking:
Another Perspective
Thomas V. Fuentes ..   .  .   .       203
15. Phil Williams Views on Combating
International Organized Crime:
Another Perspective
Jam es R. McDonough . . . . . . .  . . .213
16. Preparing for War in the Fourth
Dimension: A Reality Check
DavidiM. Crane...         .          221
17. Terrorism and National Defense:
The Congressional Perspective
WilliamNatter .... . . .231
18. New Institutions and New Ways
of Operating
JeffreyA. Hunker ..  .          . ..  237



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Terrorism Prevention Congresses, Transnational crime Prevention Congresses, Weapons of mass destruction Congresses, Infrastructure (Economics) United States Security measures Congresses, Information warfare Congresses, National security United States Congresses, United States Armed Forces Civic action Congresses