Monthly Archives: November 2010

Closing the stable door after the horse has bolted


There is no doubt in my mind that the issue of airport security is very contentious. There are many reasons for having proper security in place. However, there is also a need for a common sense approach to the whole … Continue reading

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How to thwart a terrorist plot–alternate title: Terrorist plot in Belgium unravels


CNN reports that 11 would be terrorists have been arrested for plotting a terror attack in Belgium. Were these would be terrorists caught as they went through security at some obscure airport in the USA? No!!!  The TSA has not … Continue reading

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Responding to The Threat of Terrorism–Reactive or Proactive Pt. 2


In the first part of this article I dealt with the manner in which the USA has been reactive to the threat of terrorism, rather than being proactive. The end result of being reactive has been a series of measures, … Continue reading

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What is the best way to respond to threats of terrorism? Reactive vs.. Proactive part 1


The threat of terrorism has been around for a very long time. In the 1960s we had a spate of hijackings and aircraft being blown up, and in the end this activity was the death-knell of Pan Am. In the … Continue reading

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