Watching Government: No simple answers

As Congress prepares for more debate over a new Department of Homeland Security, two foreign policy think tanks warn that the public and private sectors still talk past each other in the war on terrorism. Both the Council on Foreign Relations, New York, and the Center for Strategic and International Studies, Washington, DC, recently said that, while there may be no easy way to protect pipelines, refineries, and power grids from terrorists, policy-makers still need to do a better job.Silent VectorCSIS officials conducted a simulation exercise called "Silent Vector" to reveal vulnerabilities during a "credible" pre-attack threat to energy infrastructure. One lesson CSIS says it learned was ...

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