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U.S. law requires the Secretary of State to provide Congress, by April 30 of each year, a full and complete report on terrorism with regard to those countries and groups meeting criteria set forth in the legislation
2002 Congressional Research Services report which covers the impacts of counter-terrorism actions on students at U.S. colleges and universities, on access to laboratories, and on access to scientific information.
Bipartisan Commission on the Prevention of Weapons of Mass Destruction Proliferation and Terrorism report looks at the U.S. government's attempts to address threats and their assessment is that the US is failing to address its most urgent threat - bioterrorism
Eighteen universal instruments (fourteen instruments and four amendments) against international terrorism have been elaborated within the framework of the United Nations system relating to specific terrorist activities.