Information Sharing Mechanisms Prior to the September 11 Attack. Evaluation of Effectiveness and Subsequent Reforms


Term Paper, 2018

9 Pages, Grade: 1.2


Abstract or Introduction

September 11, 2001, a terrorist attack on the U.S cities occurred to the Americans and the world at large. This attack was regarded as one of the most disastrous failure of the U.S. intelligence, which caused 3,000 deaths. This failure was attributable to the unprecedented ineffectiveness of information sharing mechanisms.

Therefore, this case study will give an evaluation of the effectiveness of information sharing regarding the 9/11 attack and the subsequent reforms.

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Title
Information Sharing Mechanisms Prior to the September 11 Attack. Evaluation of Effectiveness and Subsequent Reforms
Grade
1.2
Author
Year
2018
Pages
9
Catalog Number
V428838
ISBN (eBook)
9783668753228
ISBN (Book)
9783668753235
File size
475 KB
Language
English
Keywords
information, sharing, mechanisms, prior, september, attack, evaluation, effectiveness, subsequent, reforms
Quote paper
Caroline Mutuku (Author), 2018, Information Sharing Mechanisms Prior to the September 11 Attack. Evaluation of Effectiveness and Subsequent Reforms, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/428838

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