Constructing and defending a policy paper is an appropriate way to test a student’s comprehension of the subject matter. Thus, in lieu of taking a final examination for this course, students will demonstrate their grasp of the topics through a policy paper. This paper gives the student the ability to demonstrate mastery of the history, goals, and methods of a single terrorist group, to express a proposed solution to that group’s terrorism, and to show that capability in researching and presenting findings and proposals in a logical and coherent manner. The final assessment for this course is designed to address the following subset of course objectives: ? Use effective writing, research, analysis, advocacy, and coalition-building skills to develop and influence policy at the national and international levels. ? Analyze the evolution of terrorist organizations in terms of ideologies, motivations, and causes to assist in the formulation and implementation of policy. ? Evaluate any given threat in terms of the constituent elements of the threat, its centers of gravity, its critical vulnerabilities, and its strategic seams…………….
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