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Social Media: Security: Terrorism

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Terrorists Focused on Nuclear Facilities in Russia
Efforts by the U.S. and Russia to prevent Russian nuclear materials from falling into the hands of terrorists remain slowed by bureaucratic red tape and a lack of urgency, a report, released by a rese... Read More...


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Terror in the Past and Future Tense
The author writes that the march of technological progress lies at the heart of the terrorist threat, whether in devising ever more lethal weapons or disseminating propaganda. By Robert Wright. (New Y... Read More...


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Lebanon heads financial watchdog group
Arab banks get set to toughen up on money laundering (Daily Star, April 19 2005) Read More...


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The Calm Before the Storm?
Friedman writes that considering all the reports of failed US intelligence and lax border security, it is surprising there has not been another spectacular terrorist attack or serious attempt. By Tho... Read More...


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Report on Intolerance and Discrimination against Muslims in the EU
Discrimination and intolerance against Muslims in the EU have increased since the terrorist attacks on 11 September 2001, a new report released yesterday (7 March) by the International Helsinki Federa... Read More...


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A Force for Good
The author writes that the reforms undertaken by the Pentagon post-9/11 to make the military a more flexible institution to wage war on terrorism have also made it more suited for humanitarian mission... Read More...


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Terror as a Label
President Bush, we now well know, is drawn to dramatic phrases designed to stir emotions rather than concrete statements that convey a specific meaning. By Brian Montopoli (3/7/2005, Columbia Journal... Read More...


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Armenia widens ties with Iran amid tension between US and Washington
Seeking to ease its economic isolation, Armenia is expanding trade contacts with Iran. Work on a variety of infrastructure projects, including an Armenian-Iranian pipeline, is proceeding amid uncertai... Read More...


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Media violence and terrorism
This publication attempts to reveal some of the profound changes in the way that fundamental liberties such as freedom of expression and press freedom have been affected by terrorism and the efforts b... Read More...


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Information Power: International Affairs in the Cyber Age
Modern information and communication technologies are reshaping the environment in which foreign policy and international relations are conducted. This paper provides a framework for assessing the imp... Read More...


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No Mullah Left Behind
The author argues that combining geopolitics and environmentalism will help the US eradicate terrorism. By Thomas L. Friedman. (New York Times, 2/13/2005) Read More...


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Did Kim Jung Il miscalculate?
China may now be forced to trump N. Korea's playing the nuclear card. By Jim Bencivenga (The Christian Science Monitor, 2/10/2005) Read More...


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Virtual Jihad
Radical Islamic Web sites are encouraging their supporters to wage holy war online. Their exhortations underscore U.S. vulnerability to cyberterror. By Michael Isikoff and Mark Hosenball. (Newsweek,... Read More...


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Post-Polls Attacks Kill Three U.S. Marines
After the widescale suppression of insurgent action on election day, American soldiers conducting security and stability operations continue to come under fire after the closing of polls. (Aljazeera, ... Read More...


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A Higher Realism
President Bush's inaugural speech signaled his entry into a third, more sweeping phase of foreign policy, the columnist maintains. During his first term, Bush moved from a pragmatism that sought to cu... Read More...


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Insurgents Vowing to Kill Iraqis Who Brave the Polls on Sunday
The lives of Iraqi citizens wanting to assert their new democratic voice have been explicitly threatened by militants who promise a bloody consequence. By Dexter Filkins. (New York Times, 1/26/2005) Read More...


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Embracing the Vote in Gaza
In a continuation of the developing Palestinian political process, ten towns located in the Gaza Strip will hold local elections which are slated to include candidates from radical groups. By John War... Read More...


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HAMAS Recognizes 1967 Borders for First Time
After negotiations with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, a more moderate position has been adopted by HAMAS, according to a policy document in which the group recognizes the political principles o... Read More...


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Top Rebel in Iraq Says War With U.S. May Last For Years
As the war against insurgents rages on, Abu Musab al-Zarqawi pledges long term commitment, despite the loss of a top guerilla leader. By Edward Wong. (New York Times, 1/21/2005) Read More...


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Sunni Group Says it Killed Cleric's Aide in Bombing
In a complex environment of the power struggle for Iraq, resistance fighters have targeted each other in addition to the American presence in order to catalyze what may be a sectarian war. By Erik Eck... Read More...


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Cheney Says Iran Tops List of Trouble Spots
Vice President Dick Cheney said on Thursday that Iran was at the top of the administration's list of world trouble spots and expressed concern that Israel "might well decide to act first" to eliminate... Read More...


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The Coming Wars
Discusses U.S. policy in the Middle East and against terrorism. By Seymour M. Hersh. (New Yorker, 1/17/2005) Read More...


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White House Counsel Alberto Gonzales memo to the President
Decision Re Application of the Geneva Convention of Prisoners of War to the Conflict With Al-Qaeda and the Taliban. (by Alberto R. Gonzales, 1/25/2002) Read More...


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Colin L. Powell memo to the Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs
Draft Decision Memorandum for the President on the Applicability of the Geneva Convention to the Conflict in Afghanistan. (by Colin L. Powell, 01/26/2002) Read More...


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Human Rights First Blog - The Gonzales Confirmation Hearings
Human Rights First's Senior Associate for U.S. Law & Security Avi Cover commentary and analysis of the Gonzales Confirmation Hearings. (Human Rights First, 01/06/2005) Read More...


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With US Help, Georgia Gets Its Cake And Eats It, Too
Georgia has made no secret of its desire to get on the fast track towards NATO membership. And Washington seems ready to take steps to hasten the departure of Russian troops and thus to ease Georgia'... Read More...


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Terrorism
Dr. Abdul Aziz Said examines supply and demand side terrorism; and the path for conflict resolution. Read More...


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A quick tour of the evil we face
Author states that "as the war on terror continues, it is vital to pause occasionally and remind ourselves how truly horrific an enemy civilization confronts. In militant Islam, America and its allies... Read More...


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Terrorism Q&A: Council on Foreign Relations
Research and information page on terrrorism, published by Council on Foreign Relations. Read More...


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Lack of democracy breeds terror
An open letter from leading pro-democracy Iranian intellectuals to American intellectuals on the occasion of the 3rd anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks. (9/28/2004) Read More...


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