counterthreat

counterthreat

(ˈkaʊntəˌθrɛt)
n
an opposing or retaliatory threat
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government employees working abroad under chief of mission authority will receive foreign affairs counterthreat training at the center.
It includes examples of threat finance activities that Soldiers encounter in counterthreat finance ops.
As previously mentioned, the ability of other militant groups to finance themselves with illicit activities and little reliance on outside sponsorship or the international financial system makes them more insulated from counterthreat finance attempts.
The fusing of technical, forensic, and biometric information into actionable intelligence permits precise fires to shape the operational environment, including supply chain interdiction, counterthreat finance operations, information operations, cache destruction, and the capture of high-value individuals.
Interventions include silence, establishing a restraining order, and issuing a counterthreat, but the approach must be tailored to the stalker's characteristics.
The battalion intelligence officer (S2) participated in the BCT S2 counterthreat working group, where he gained knowledge of the threat and the latest systems and procedures for understanding it.
Under the historical condition of bipolarity, the "ultimate" threat with nuclear weapons could be balanced by a similar counterthreat, and new equilibria could be achieved, albeit on higher levels of nuclear overkill.
If the secured debtor does not enjoy priority in bankruptcy, then the debtor's counterthreat is effective.
13) This makes Lockean people more peaceful than Hobbesian ones, because they do not have to fear the escalating logic of threat and counterthreat up to the war of all against all.
Of course, in 1911 it was difficult for Scott or anyone else to imagine the degree of difficulty that high-altitude bombing would entail or even that the enemy counterthreat would climb to the attack.
In his Nobel Prize acceptance address, William Faulkner, speaking of the "fear so long sustained by now that we can even bear it" ("Address" 723), alluded to the instinctive fear of violence that threatens to reduce human existence to a barbaric world of threat and counterthreat.
It is an irrational, shot-in-the-dark counterthreat that ultimately puts our livelihood at stake,'' said Connie Bragas-Regalado, chairwoman of the United Filipinos in Hong Kong (UNIFIL-HK), a leading union for foreign domestic helpers.