Monthly Archives: April 2015

ISLAMISM IN THE “IS” AGE

The “IS-ification of Islamist politics,” in Khalil al-Anani’s felicitous phrase, has reshaped the ideological and strategic incentives for Islamist groups and their adversaries. It has also posed a new challenge to the categories, concepts and expectations of the academics who … Continue reading

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Cyber general: US satellite networks hit by ‘millions’ of hacks

By Martin Matishak The top cyber official for the Air Force says the service’s space and satellite networks are being constantly hacked by outside groups. “There’s millions of probes every year into our networks, from every corner of the world,” … Continue reading

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KNOWN PROTESTS

 PINKERTON OccupyOakland.org Los Angeles, California: 1300, 1600 local time: MacArthur Park &#8211 two separate rallies Oakland, California: 0730-0930 local time: MacArthur BART Station &#8211 rally and blocking action 0800 local time: Port of Oakland &#8211 rally and march by port … Continue reading

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CHILD LABOR INCREASES IN GAZA

MEE Mohammad Omar Midnight approaches, and the small feet of Imad Awadallah feel heavy but manage to carry him and his bag across the street to a dark alley. Whoever he meets, he has only two options: sell his boxes … Continue reading

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Saudi Prince Banned From Media Over Racist Slur

MEE&Agencies Saudi King Salman Bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud has banned a senior member of the royal family from appearing on public and private television channels after he uttered remarks deemed racist. Prince Mamdooh Bin Abdul Rahman Al Saud, an … Continue reading

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The most racist places in America, according to Google

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The Connection Between Jade Helm And ISIS

Sleuth Journal\David Hodges Publicly, The United States and Mexico deny that there are ISIS terrorists operating near El Paso, TX. However, the rapid deployment of FBI personnel, following the release of a Judicial Watch disclosure which reported that ISIS maintains … Continue reading

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Background and Key Resources on the 2015 Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty Review

ARMS CONTROL ASSOCIATION Beginning today and through May 22, diplomats from the members of the nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT), along with hundreds of nongovernmental organizations, will gather at the United Nations in New York to discuss how one of the … Continue reading

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INTERPOL Targets Cybercrime in Asia

Cyber Security Intelligence\by Tim Heath “Cybercrime is a game changer for law enforcement. It changes the way police mount an investigation,” says Noboru Nakatani, Executive Director of the INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation. “More than half of our 190 members … Continue reading

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THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE CYBER STRATEGY APRIL 1015

The increased use of cyberattacks as a political instrument reflects a dangerous trend in international relations. Vulnerable data systems present state and non-state actors with an enticing opportunity to strike the United States and its interests. During a conflict, the … Continue reading

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