9/11 Before and After
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From the journal's abstract for this article: "Former DHS [Department of Homeland Security] Secretary Michael Chertoff provides an overview of the 'new legal architecture for counterterrorism' which required a refashioning of U.S. laws and processes 'focused on three elements of the counterterrorism process: intelligence collection, information integration, and terrorist incapacitation.' His analysis includes observations on the legal challenges that homeland security presents in preventing attacks, sharing information and bringing terrorists to justice."
This article appeared in Homeland Security Affairs (September 2011), v.7 no.2