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The government plans to station an intelligence officer at the Self-Defense Forces base in Djibouti to deal with antipiracy operations and gather information on terrorist activities and other security matters, a source familiar with Japan-U.S.
Colo. Matthew Olsen, the outgoing director of the National Counterterrorism Center, said Friday there are 12,000 foreign fighters in Syria a significant jump from previous estimates, indicating a greater and more complex threat than in recent years.
Cronin is senior director of the Asia-Pacific Security Program at the Center for a New American Security . Kelley Sayler is a research associate at the center, focusing on U.S. defense policy and the intersection of technology and national security.
Growing commercial interest and technological improvements in drones are leading to new privacy questions. Should drone operators be allowed to spy on private property?...President Barack Obama plans to issue an executive order that would charge the
The judges said Poland had co-operated with the illegal transfers in 2002-2003, allowing two suspects to be interrogated on its territory. It is the first such case concerning a CIA "black site" prison in Poland. Abu Zubaydah, a Palestinian, was
A document obtained by the National Security Archive reveals for the first time the details of a Cold War spy operation that briefly "borrowed" and studied a Soviet spacecraft that was part of an international exhibition and then returned it without
The government probably can't take credit for the increase in the number of foreign tourists. Many of its projects to attract visitors, such as inviting foreign travel agencies to Japan, participating in trade shows overseas and various advertising
Canadian border guards work at an inspection booth at the Canada-USA border in Surrey, B.C. The border agency's internal review comes after auditor general Michael Ferguson's finding last fall that it was not consistently monitoring results of
President Barack Obama has dispatched two senior advisers to Germany in an apparent effort to soothe tensions following new allegations of American spying. The White House says chief of staff Denis McDonough and counterterrorism adviser Lisa Monaco
Congressional dysfunction' on counterterrorism and national security makes the United States less safe, the heads of the former 9/11 Commission charge in a new report. Former New Jersey Gov. Tom Kean, a Republican, and former Indiana Rep. Lee