Terrorist attacks happen after years of careful planning; however, these plans always leave a trail of activities_a road map to the terrorists' forthcoming actions. This guide identifies 68 such indicators and shows how to analyze them using a step-by-step explanation. It also includes safeguards against 38 of the 42 common warning pitfalls that experts have identified.
Sundri K. Khalsa has served as a military intelligence officer in the United States Air Force since 1996. She created the initial version of this forecasting methodology while serving in a leadership role in a counterintelligence/counter terrorism analysis cell in Saudi Arabia and further developed and refined this approach while at the Joint Military Intelligence College. Graduating first in her class, she was awarded the National Military Intelligence Association Award at the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) Joint Military Intelligence College.
Part 1 List of Figures Part 2 List of Tables Part 3 Preface Part 4 Acknowledgments Part 5 Introduction Chapter 6 How to Forecast Terrorism: Step-By-Step Explanation of the Methodology Chapter 7 The Acid Test: Evaluation of the Methodology against the 42 Common Warning Pitfalls Chapter 8 How to Make it Happen: Recommendations for Implementation Part 9 Bibliography Part 10 Index Part 11 About the Author