This volume presents the papers and summarizes the discussions of a workshop held in Goa, India, in January 2004, organized by the Indian National Institute of Advanced Science (NIAS) and the U.S. Committee on International Security and Arms Control (CISAC). During the workshop, Indian and U.S. experts examined the terrorist threat faced in both countries and elsewhere in the world, and explored opportunities for the U.S. and India to work together. Bringing together scientists and experts with common scientific and technical backgrounds from different cultures provided a unique opportunity to explore possible means of preventing or mitigating future terrorist attacks.
National Academy of Sciences. 2007. Science and Technology to Counter Terrorism: Proceedings of an Indo-U.S. Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/11848.
|1 Science, Technology, and Countering Terrorism: The Search for a Sustainable Strategy||1-14|
|2 Terrorist Threats in India||15-20|
|3 Discussion of Terrorist Threats in the United States and India and Relevant Science and Technology||21-30|
|4 Information Technology and Communications Security in India||31-42|
|5 Cyberterrorism and Security Measures||43-54|
|6 Discussion of Information Technology and Communications Security||55-60|
|7 Threats to Civil Nuclear-energy Facilities||61-70|
|8 Threats to Nuclear Facilities: Framing the Problem||71-76|
|9 Discussion of Protecting Nuclear Facilities||77-84|
|10 Local Realities of Terrorist Threats||85-90|
|11 Securing Against Infrastructure Terrorism||91-102|
|12 Discussion of Terrorist Threats to Urban Infrastructure and Relevant Science and Technology Responses||103-110|
|13 India and Agricultural Bioterrorism||111-120|
|14 Twentieth-Century Legacy: The Challenge of Biological Threats to Twenty-First Century Bio-Medical Science and Society||121-132|
|15 Discussion of Biology and Agriculture Terrorist Threats||133-140|
|16 Why Should India and the United States Cooperate?||141-144|
|17 Can Science and Technology Help to Counter Terrorism?||145-150|
|18 Discussion of Indo-U.S. Cooperation||151-158|
|Appendix A Workshop Agenda||159-164|
|Appendix B Science and Technology to Counter Terrorism An Indo-U.S. Workshop January 12-14, 2004||165-168|
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