1) The Foreign Relations Authorization Act defines it in terms of four main

Question : 1) The Foreign Relations Authorization Act defines it in terms of four main : 2151780

MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.

1) The Foreign Relations Authorization Act defines it in terms of four main characteristics. Which is NOT one of these characteristics?

A) Premeditation.

B) Violence.

C) Political Motivation.

D) Committed against Combatants.

2) Criminologist Gwynn Nettler proposes a definition of terrorism that consists of six characteristics. Which characteristic is defined as "The concern is with inflicting as much damage as possible but at the same time scaring even more people?"

A) Economy.

B) Meaning.

C) No Innocents.

D) Publicity.

3) Terrorism carried out by an individual or group based and operating within this country is known as ________ terrorism.

A) International.

B) Domestic.

C) Universal.

D) Intra-national.

4) The most notorious example of domestic terrorism:

A) Atlanta Olympic Bombing.

B) 9/11 World Trade Center Bombing.

C) Oklahoma City Federal Building Bombing.

D) Boston Marathon Bombing.

5) Terroristic activities that result from a collaboration between drug traffickers and traditional terrorist groups is known as:

A) Cyberterrorism.

B) Ecoterrorism.

C) International Terrorism.

D) Narcoterrorism.

6) The U.S. government has adopted a so-called 4D strategy for combating terrorism. Which is NOT one of the strategies?

A) Defeat.

B) Diminish.

C) Defend.

D) Disagree.

7) Which federal legislation was passed in response to the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, which includes expanded tools for law enforcement?

A) USA Patriot Act.

B) Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act.

C) Electronic Communications Privacy Act.

D) Economic Espionage Act.

8) Which U.S. government strategy refers to altering the underlying conditions that terrorists use to justify their attacks?

A) Defend.

B) Defeat.

C) Deny.

D) Diminish.

9) The government has also taken many deliberate, particularly legislative, steps in addition to forming a national strategy to combat terrorism. In the wake of the Oklahoma City bombing, which Act became law?

A) Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act.

B) Economic Espionage Act.

C) USA Patriot Act.

D) Electronic Communications Privacy Act.

10) Which U.S. Department of Justice Legislation involves violations of federal statutes that are directly related to international terrorism and that are utilized regularly in international terrorism matters?

A) Category II Offenses.

B) Category III Offenses.

C) Category IV Offenses.

D) Category I Offenses.

11) Which is NOT an offense against the state?

A) Vagrancy.

B) Treason.

C) Espionage.

D) Sedition.

12) Levying war against the United States or providing aid and comfort to the enemies of the United States is known as:

A) Espionage.

B) Sabotage.

C) Sedition.

D) Treason.

13) Which is the actus reus of treason?

A) Intent to Betray.

B) Levy War or Provide Aid and Comfort to Enemies of the United States.

C) Act of Violence.

D) Two Witnesses or a Confession.

14) Advocating the violent overthrow of the U.S. government is known as:

A) Treason.

B) Sedition.

C) Espionage.

D) Sabotage.

15) This term is defined as damage to property of the United States or obstructing preparation for war or national defense.

A) Treason.

B) Sedition.

C) Espionage.

D) Sabotage.

16) Spying for the benefit of a foreign government is known as:

A) Treason.

B) Sedition.

C) Espionage.

D) Sabotage.

17) Ethel and Julius Rosenberg were, in 1953, the first (and only) civilians executed for ________ in connection with their passing of atomic bomb secrets to the Soviet Union.

A) Treason.

B) Sedition.

C) Espionage.

D) Sabotage.

18) In 1996, the ________ made the theft of trade secrets a federal crime.

A) Electronic Communications Privacy Act.

B) USA Patriot Act.

C) Economic Espionage Act.

D) Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act.

19) The use of unlawful means to accomplish economic or political reform is known as:

A) Treason.

B) Domestic Terrorism.

C) Criminal Syndicalism.

D) Sedition.

20) Syndicalism is an alternative to ________, typically a cooperative economic system.

A) Socialism.

B) Communism.

C) Marxism.

D) Capitalism.

TRUE/FALSE. Write 'T' if the statement is true and 'F' if the statement is false.

21) There is no single definition of terrorism.

22) Domestic terrorism is not directed by international sources.

23) Terroristic activities aimed at those perceived to be harming the environment is known as narcoterrorism.

24) According to one official's testimony before the Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee on Terrorism, Narcotics, and International Operations, our country is well prepared to address the problem of narcoterrorism.

25) The Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act is federal legislation which was passed in response to the September 11, 2001.

26) Prior to the USA PATRIOT Act, the CIA's role was primarily concerned with foreign intelligence gathering.

27) Aircraft sabotage is a Category I offense.

28) Terrorism is perhaps the most visible and potentially destructive crime against the state.

29) Treason is more of a concern today than it once was.

30) The mens rea element of treason is intent to betray.

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