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INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITY BACKS OFF INFORMATION SHARING

NextGov A recent solicitation issued by the Defense Intelligence Agency suggests the intelligence community has started to back away from developing a common technology architecture to foster information sharing — a concept officials touted in February prior to revelations that National Security … Continue reading

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Al-Qaeda Kills Free Syrian Army Commander (Video)

Free Syrian Army (FSA) commander Kamal Hamami, also known as Abu Basir al-Ladkani, was shot dead following a meeting with the Al-Qaeda militants in the Syrian port city of Latakia on July 11th. Also a Supreme Military Council member, Hamami … Continue reading

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Al-Qaeda’s Jihad on Ant-Morsi Egyptians\Civil War Awaiting Egypt

Intelligence Report Raymond Ibrahim Since Islamists have tasted power — Salafis, Muslim Brotherhood or al-Qaeda — it is unlikely that they will quietly release the reins of power without a fight.  Now that the Egyptian military appears to have granted … Continue reading

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Taliban: ‘Wherever We Find Americans We Kill Them’ Pakistani Taliban: ‘Wherever we find Americans we kill them, but we don’t have any connection with the Boston explosions.”

“Wherever we find Americans we will kill them, but we don’t have any connection with the Boston explosions,” Tehreek-e-TalibanPakistan (TTP) spokesman Ihsanullah Ihsan said, according to reports. While no one has claimed responsibility for the attack, there has been increasing speculation … Continue reading

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The Invasion of Iraq: A Balance Sheet

This commentary appeared on RAND.org and Global Security.org on March 22, 2013. Historically, wars were fought primarily for material gain: livestock, treasure, tribute, or territory. More recently, however, the profit motive for war has declined as life has become more precious and conquest and plunder … Continue reading

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On National and International Cyber Security Exercises Survey, Analysis and Recommendation October 2012

SecurityDfenseAgenda Executive Summary Report (October 2012) Cyber exercises are an important tool to assess the preparedness of a community against cyber crises, technology failures and critical information infrastructure incidents. ENISA supports the stakeholders involved in EU cyber exercises. This report … Continue reading

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Military Experts explain why China increases defense spending

Fu Ying, spokeswoman of the First Session of the 12th National People’s Congress (NPC), told reporters from Reuters at noon of March 4, 2013 that China adheres to a national defense policy of peaceful development. She emphasized that China’s move … Continue reading

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  IRAN IN ISRAEL’S FOREIGN POLICY Diplomacy Intelligence Analysis Report  “Will Israel Attack Iran?” was the provocative headline of Israeli journalist Ronen Bergman’s January story published in The New York Times Magazine. Bergman claimed that “yes,” Israel would attack Iran … Continue reading

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