This brief argues that cyber terrorism is being addresses by our government and private sector. Cyber terrorism has been overhyped and is not the means terrorists use because it does not provide the response terrorists are looking for. The solvency argument addresses the impossibility of eradicating this threat. One disadvantage shows that for the government to respond to the issue, it would involve us giving up our privacy. The other argues that wrong focus actually reduces our national security.
JASTA, or the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act, was enacted to allow victims of 9/11 to sue Saudi Arabia for their involvement in the terrorist attacks. This case argues that families will be more distressed and that this violates the separation of powers in the government.
This Negative brief argues that our military strategy in Somalia works. Current policies are reducing terrorism and stabilizing the country. The last time we disengaged from Somalia was a disaster and we don’t want to make that mistake again.