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Agroterrorism: National Defense Assessment, Strategies, and Capabilities

United States Air Force Center for Strategic Deterrence Studies, Air University, Maxwell AFB, AL --


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Agroterrorism: National Defense Assessment, Strategies, and Capabilities

Edited by Albert Mauroni and Robert Norton

The USAF CSDS, in partnership with Auburn University, collected a selection of academic studies on the challenges of agroterrorism to the United States. These chapters include discussions on the historical threat and contemporary challenges, U.S. policies and capabilities, and recommendations on how to improve U.S. policies and capabilities for the future.



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