By Tom Clancy
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A SLAM-DUNKIn Tom Clancy's all-new, unique novel, OP-CENTER: Acts of War, Syrian terrorists have attacked a dam contained in the borders of Turkey, threatening the water provide in their very fatherland. it's not madness, however the first step in a deceptively uncomplicated plan: to strength all-out battle within the heart East.
What they do not know is new local Op-Center is now online in Greece, and its group can see precisely what the rebels are attempting to do. yet those terrorists are extra imaginitive than someone thinks.
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All I’m announcing is we’ve bought a chance right here to carry Syria’s toes to the hearth. If we bring to a halt their water, we choke their financial system. We do this and Hezbollah and the Palestinian terrorist camps in Syria or even our Kurdish terrorists get squeezed. ” “Kill the physique and also you kill the disease,” Lincoln spoke back. “Come on, Steve. ” “You additionally hold the disorder from spreading to different bodies,” Burkow spoke back. “If we have been to make an item lesson of Syria, I warrantly you Iran and Iraq and Libya could pull of their claws and count number their advantages. ” “Or redouble their efforts to break us,” Lincoln stated. “If they did,” Burkow responded, “we could flip Tehran and Baghdad and Tripoli into craters broad adequate to be photographed from area. ” there has been a brief, uncomfortable silence. Visions of Dr. Strangelove flashed via Hood’s brain. “What if we have been to show that round? ” Lincoln requested. “What if we have been to carry out a assisting hand rather than a fist? ” “What form of hand? ” the President requested. “What would truly get Syria’s recognition isn’t only a movement of water yet a stream of money,” acknowledged Lincoln. “Their economic climate is within the gutter. They’re turning out approximately an identical quantity of products as they have been fifteen years in the past whilst the inhabitants used to be twenty-five percentage smaller. They’ve gotten mired in an unsuccessful try and fit Israel’s army energy, there’s been an immense falloff in Arab reduction, and they’ve acquired inadequate foreign currencies gains to shop for what they should spur and agriculture. they've got approximately six billion cash in exterior debt. ” “My middle grieves,” Burkow stated. “Seems to me they’ve bought sufficient funds to underwrite terrorism. ” “Largely simply because that’s the single form of strain they could follow on wealthy nations,” Lincoln acknowledged. “Suppose we provide Syria the carrot earlier than they sponsor extra acts of terrorism. particularly, we provide them U. S. assured credits on the Import Export financial institution. ” “We can’t do this! ” Burkow shouted. “For something, the area financial institution and the foreign financial Fund need to ok any knockdown of debt burdens. ” “Donor international locations may also write off loans to seriously indebted nations,” Hood mentioned. “Only if the borrowing international locations undertake strict industry reforms that are monitored by means of the financial institution and the fund,” Burkow shot again. “There are methods round that,” Hood spoke back. “We can allow them to dump gold deposits. ” “And prove deciding to buy them ourselves and thereby sponsoring the terrorists who're going to blow our asses up,” Burkow acknowledged. “No, thank you. ” He regarded again at Av Lincoln. “As lengthy as Syria’s on most sensible of the record of terrorist international locations, we're forbidden by means of legislation from giving them monetary relief. ” “Nuking capital towns moves you as lawful? ” Hood requested. “In self-defense, yes,” Burkow answered with disgust. “The country Department’s annual file on terrorism hasn’t had Syria at once curious about a terrorist assault in view that 1986,” acknowledged Lincoln, “when Hafez al-Assad’s air strength intelligence leader equipped the bombing of an El A1 airliner from London. ” “Directly concerned.