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Diplomatic Security: State Department Should Better Manage Risks to Residences and Other Soft Targets Overseas
Michael J. Courts (au)
Since the 1998 East Africa bombings, U.S. diplomatic personnel working overseas have faced increasing threats to their safety and security. The Department of State (State) has built many new embassies and consulates since 1998 and enhanced security measures at others. Increased security at such facilities has raised concerns that residences, schools, and other places where U.S. diplomatic personnel and their families congregate may be viewed by terrorists as more attractive äóģsoft targets.äó¯ This report evaluated (1) how State assesses risks to U.S. diplomatic residences overseas; (2) the timeliness, clarity, and consistency of residential security standards; (3) how State addresses security vulnerabilities at residences; and (4) how State manages risks to other soft targets. Tables and figure. This is a print on demand report.
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