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The if you see something, say something mind-set of the post-9/11 world has fully arrived in the workplace, with new urgency following high-profile leaks such as the revelations of former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden. People's
You know that Washington, D.C.-based drama, the one with all the murder, sex, intrigue and timely political innuendoes?...With last week's debut of season two of FX's spy thriller The Americans coming just two weeks after the second season of Netflix'
Newspaper Bild that U.S. national security spying on 320 Politically , the businessman in Germany , including Interior Minister Thomas de Mesiar. The newspaper quoted a senior member of the U.S. intelligence community in
This book rings alarm bells about technology theft on a scale that the authors say is unprecedented in history and that they believe has strategic implications. They claim that the U.S. government (for which two of the authors work) has
National Intelligence James Clapper appears before the House Intelligence Committee on ''Worldwide Threats'' in Washington February 4, 2014 file photo. American intelligence agencies "certainly" consider Russia a possible suspect behind the release
The first in the process of producing intelligence is selecting an object of interest, or what is known in cloak-'n-dagger circles, essential elements of information (EEI). The objective could be the military/ technical capabilities of a nation,
Last week the man who serves as America's Director of National Intelligence trudged up to Capitol Hill to tell the assembled members of the Senate Select Intelligence Committee (pdf) that the annual worldwide threat assessment, put together by the
And then, after announcing that non-plan, tossing it over to the Attorney General and Congress to sort out the details?...And, folks in the intelligence community are basically saying that nothing's going to change because what he's suggesting isn't
We do not in any way propose meaningless finger-pointing aimed at the top hierarchy of the security apparatus. It is also important that reports should not be considered academic exercises or mere ends in themselves as has been the case in the past.
The Daily Star On Aug. 21, 2013, the nerve agent sarin was used in a deadly attack on the unsuspecting Zamalka suburb of the Syrian capital, Damascus. At least 12 munitions, each potentially able to deliver over 50 liters, fell within an area about 2,