Daley, Paul
August 2006
Bulletin with Newsweek;8/22/2006, Vol. 124 Issue 6534, p16
The article focuses on issues concerning national security in Australia. The greatest threat to the security is supposed to be from the enemies hiding within the country. The radical Islamists are thought to be efficient in recruiting young, disenchanted men into terrorist organizations. The Australian spy network has also turned inefficient in tracking them down. The planned use of liquid explosives in the latest terror plot in England has added another frightening dimension to air travel.


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