International Terrorism: Hearing before the Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate, Ninety-Seventh Congress, First Session on S. 873, A Bill to Strengthen Federal Programs and Policies for Combating International and Domestic Terrorism; The Convention on the Physical Protection of Nuclear Material (Exec. H, 96-2); The International Convention against the Taking of Hostages (Exec. N, 96-2), June 10, 1981   [open pdf - 4MB]

From the opening statement of Charles H. Percy: "The Committee on Foreign Relations meets this morning to hear administration witnesses on the subject of terrorism. We have with us Under Secretary of State Richard Kennedy, who has been designated by Secretary of State Haig to speak for the Department on this question. He is accompanied by Ambassador Anthony Quainton, Director of the Office for Combating Terrorism in the Department of State, and by other colleagues. We will ask Secretary Kennedy to identify them when he begins his testimony. This is the first opportunity the committee has had to discuss with the administration its announced intention to make terrorism a principal concern of its foreign policy." […]. Statements, letters, and materials submitted for the record include those of the following: Richard T. Kennedy, Charles H. Percy, John Glenn, Charles Mathias and Alan Cranston.

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