By Peter Lance
1000 Years for Revenge is a groundbreaking investigative paintings that uncovers startling proof of ways the FBI ignored dozens of possibilities to prevent the assaults of September eleven, courting again to 1989. Award-winning journalist Peter Lance explains how an elusive al Qaeda mastermind defeated the total American protection method in what the writer calls "the maximum failure of intelligence because the Trojan Horse." Threading the tales of FBI agent Nancy Floyd, FDNY fireplace marshal Ronnie Bucca, and bomb-maker Ramzi Yousef, Lance uncovers the years of behind-the-scenes intrigue that positioned those 3 strangers on a collision direction. An exceptional paintings of investigative reporting and masterful storytelling, 1000 Years for Revenge will switch without end the way in which we glance on the FBI and the battle on terror within the twenty-first century.
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The starting point of this concern is China’s traditional fear of encirclement by potentially hostile powers. indd 30 7/7/14 2:26 PM A Three -decade Drive To A Collision 31 China’s military power and to expand its zone of influence beyond the core territory, creating more defensible space. 66 Indeed, China’s leaders must know that their higher assertiveness that began around 2008 has led to a backlash in the region. Yet when given the choice between military weakness and strength, policymakers invariably choose strength as the least risky option, if only because they are unwilling to bet on the good intentions of potential adversaries.
Finding patrol sanctuaries for the Jins will be another motivation for China to extend its maritime influence to its east and south. China’s Interests in the East and South China Seas The dispute between Japan and China over sovereignty of the Senkaku Islands (Diaoyu Islands in Chinese) in the East China Sea has recently intensified. The five Senkaku Islands (also claimed by Taiwan) are now the site of regular flare-ups between China and Japan. One such flare-up occurred in September 2010 when a Chinese fishing boat rammed a Japanese coast guard vessel, resulting in the arrest of the Chinese captain and a two-week diplomatic crisis.
S. S. S. military capabilities. S. 70 With the United States thus viewed as a source of frequent strategic surprise, China’s leaders undoubtedly view energetic military modernization as the least risky course of action. S. withdrawal from the region. S. withdrawal would lead to a scramble for security by the other powers in the region, with unpredictable consequences (discussed in chapter 2). For China’s leaders, the natural hedge to this contingency is the same: broad-based military modernization, with an emphasis on the high-technology components of modernization, such as missiles, aircraft, warships, electronics, and space systems.