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Superspook Richard Clarke: What Not To Do When Terrorists Strike

Superspook Richard Clarke: What Not To Do When Terrorists Strike

Richard Clarke, the counter-terrorism chief of the Clinton-era National Security Council, has been more right more times about the nature of upcoming terrorist threats than just about anyone else. He’s got an important op-ed essay about the failed Times Square and Detroit-bound underwear bombers and what they should tell us about the next phase of terrorist threats.

To begin with, he notes,

Interestingly, most of his advice has to do with what should not happen. Don’t overreact, proceed rationally, don’t run around like chickens without heads. Specifically, he makes seven points. First,

Second,

Third, pay attention to the fact that

Fourth,

Fifth, understand that

Sixth,

Seventh and last,

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J.J. Goldberg

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