The hypothesis chosen is the efforts made by United States in the department of homeland security generally have hindered many attacks which used to occur. U.S has made much strides in the improvement of homeland security. It ensures all areas are protected including air, land and sea. It is hard for the terrorists to get a chance to attack U.S because of the tight security that has been provided through enhancement of the means for sharing information. The citizens of America are always prepared for terrorists’ attacks or any other related natural disaster (Dallas et al, 2008). Al-Qaeda and other potential terrorists’ network have remained a big priority. The improvement of the security in the United Stated have been achieved through reorganization of the agencies of U.S government, addition of the new instruments and authorities and generally improvement of the homeland security structure. Home security department has tried to keep all the vulnerable people in America safe especially those in the land border, seaports, sports arenas and shopping mall.
Hypothesis of directional in relationship
The hypothesis show both positive and negative side of the terrorists and how the government of U.S has made efforts in maintenance of the security. The government should be keen on the decisions and the policies related to counterterrorism and the impact it has on the American society (.Walby & Lippert, 2015). The hypothesis clearly indicated the strategies which United States has put in place to ensure the tight security. Terrorism leads to mass destruction and the department of home security has implemented policies that improves the safety of the people. It uses both tangible activities including hardening of the targets and intangible ways such as vigilance on the general public and long term mechanism of counterterrorism.
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