Tag Archives: CIA

Spy vs. Not: Are We Ready for Espionage?

October 19, 2011

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Once is an event, twice is a coincidence, and three times is a pattern. It’s not like we didn’t know there were clandestine operatives in the United States, but there is a difference between would-be attackers (however under-the-radar they may operate), and spies. The past week, we have been observing a resurgence of espionage activities […]

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Ryan Ricks’ Response to Drones Reshaping Wars and Warfighters

October 5, 2011

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Written by: Ryan Ricks on 09/22/2011 (see original article: Drones Reshaping Wars and Warfighters) —————————————————— Your discussion of the way drones shape the way we fight is, I think, quite cogent. It is a new option, a shiny new toy, and one for which our generals may have been searching out opportunities to deploy. I […]

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Homegrown Terrorism vs. International Terrorism

August 1, 2011

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In recent days the world has watched in horror as one of the most peaceful nations on earth has experienced one of the largest terrorist attacks since September 11. What makes the recent tragedy in Norway so appalling is the fact that it didn’t originate from without Norway’s borders. Unlike the Al-Qaeda attack of September […]

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