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APPENDIX B Terrorism in a High-Tech Society and Modern Methods for Prevention and Response June 4-8, 2001 Moscow, Russia Monday, ,Iune 4 Opening of the Seminar Nikolay P. Laverov, Vice President of Russian Academy of Sciences Siegfried S. Hecker, Los Alamos National Laboratory Yevgeny P. Velikhov, Kurchatov State Research Center of Atomic Energy Session 1: Terrorism and the Law The Legal Basis for Counterterrorism Activities in the United States Raphael F. Perl, Congressional Research Service Russian Legislation and the Struggle Against Terrorism Mikhail P. Kireev, Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MVD) Russian Legislation and the Fight Against Terrorism Viktor E. Petrishchev, Security Committee of the Russian State Duma Organized Crime and Terrorism Viktor Luneev, Russian Academy of Sciences Institute of State and Law International and Domestic Terrorism L. Paul Bremer III, MMC Enterprise Risk 275

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276 APPENDIX B The Role of Internal Affairs Agencies in Efforts to Fight Terrorism Under High-Technology Conditions Oleg A. Stepanov, Academy of Administration, Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs From the Experience of the Intelligence Services of the Russian Empire in Combating Terrorists Dmitry M. Aleksenko, Commonwealth of Independent States Antiterrorist Center The Chechen Crisis: A New Phase of the Response to Terrorism Valery Tishkov, Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology On Historical Experience in Combating Terrorism Oleg M. Khlobustov, Regional Society Strategic Security Assistance Fund Electromagnetic Terrorism Yury V. Parfyonov, Russian Academy of Sciences Institute of High Energy Densities and Institute for High Temperatures Tuesday, June 5 Session 2: The Types of High-Impact Terrorism Biological Terrorism Molecular Epidemiology as a New Approach to Detecting the Terrorist Use of Infectious Agents Sergey V. Netesov, Vector State Research Center for Virology and Biotechnology Bioterrorism: Threat and Response Michael L. Moodie, Chemical and Biological Arms Control Institute Bio-terrorism: A View from the Side Oleg S. Morenkov, Russian Academy of Sciences Institute of Cell Biophysics Chemical Terrorism Chemical Terrorism Anatoly Kuntsevich, Center of Ecotoxic Monitoring, Institute of Chemical Physics Chemical Terrorism: Assessing Threats and Responses Jonathan B. Tucker, Monterey Institute of International Studies

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APPENDIX B Nuclear Terrorism Radiological Terrorism Leonid Bolshov, Russian Academy of Sciences Nuclear Safety Institute Nuclear Terrorism Siegfried S. Hecker, Los Alamos National Laboratory Could Terrorists Produce Low-Yield Nuclear Weapons? Stanislav Rodionov, Russian Academy of Sciences Space Research Institute Problems of Preventing Acts of Nuclear and Radiological Terrorism Vladimir M. Kutsenko, Russian Ministry of Atomic Energy Terrorism Utilizing Explosives with Particularly Destructive Force Selected Technologies and Procedures Intended to Restrict Unauthorized Access to Explosives Bronislav V. Matseevich, Federal State-Owned Unitary Enterprise Krasnoarmeisk Scientific Research Institute of Mechanization Terrorism: Explosives Threat Ronald L. Simmons, Naval Surface Warfare Center Cyberterrorism Computer Terrorism and Internet Security Issues Valery A. Vasenin, M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University Preventing and Responding to Cybercrime and Terrorism: Some International Dimensions Seymour E. Goodman, Georgia Institute of Technology State Policy to Respond to Cyberterrorism G. Ivashchenko, Russian National Security Council Wednesday, June 6 Technological Terrorism Technological Terrorism Konstantin V. Frolov, Russian Academy of Sciences Agricultural Terrorism Problems of Biological Security in Agriculture Georgy A. Safonov, Pokrov Biological Preparations Plant 277

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278 APPENDIX B Agricultural Bioterrorism Martin E. Hugh-Jones, Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine Session 3: Future Trends and International Cooperation in the Struggle against Modern Terrorism Terrorism in a High-Tech Society: Legal Aspects and Contemporary Methods of Preventing and Countering Terrorist Activity Aleksandr V. Zmeevsky, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Cooperation Among Ministries of Internal Affairs of CIS Member States in the Fight Against Terrorism and Other Manifestations of Extremism Igor L. Dimitrov, Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs International Centers as a Basis for Controlling Infectious Disease and Countering Bioterrorism Lev S. Sandakhchiev, Vector State Research Center for Virology and Biotechnology Terrorism Future: Tactics, Strategy, and Stealth Peter S. Probst, Institute for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence New Opportunities for Bilateral Cooperation Glenn E. Schweitzer, National Research Council Conclusion of the Seminar Siegfried S. Hecker, Los Alamos National Laboratory Yevgeny P. Velikhov, Kurchatov State Research Center of Atomic Energy June 7, 2001 Site Visits Ministry of Foreign Affairs Vyachaslav Ivanov Trubnikov, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Ambassador A.V. Zmeevsky, International Agreements

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APPENDIX B Ministry of Atomic Energy 279 Lev Dmitrovich Ryabev, First Deputy Minister Vladimir Ivanovich Limonaev, Head of the Department of Information Security, Nuclear Materials and Objects Vladimir Maksimovich Kutsenko, Deputy Head of the Department of Information Security, Nuclear Materials and Objects Vladimir Vladislavovich Shidlovsky, Head of the Department of Nuclear Fuel Cycles Igor Yevgenevich Zababakhin, Deputy Head of the Department of Projection and Testing of Nuclear Arms Aleksandr Vladimirovich Kashirsky, Deputy head of the Department of International and Foreign Economic Collaboration Svetlana Aleksandrovna Timoshina, Chief Specialist of the Department of International and Foreign Economic Collaboration June 8, 2001 Ministry of Internal Affairs, All Russian Scientific Research Institute Vladimir Yakovlevich Kikot, Head of the MVD Scientific Institute of Research Vladimir Yurevich Golubovsky, First Deputy Director, MVD Scientific Institute of Research Igor Dimitrov, CIS Cooperation Vyachaslav Knyazev, Foreign Relations Department

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