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Social Media: Security: Terrorism

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Belarusian leader has unlimited future
Despite recent Belarussian elections, its less than democratic practices and authoritarian manner discourage its development. By Mark MacKinnon (The Globe and Mail, 18 Oct 04) Read More...


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Putin's Double Standards
According to Russian president Vladimir Putin, criticism of his tough responses to terrorist attacks reflects Western "double standards." But in fact Russia is a beneficiary of such double standards. ... Read More...


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Inside the Mind of Al Qaeda
Osama bin Laden's feelings, like his whereabouts, remain a mystery. But if he were to suddenly surface tomorrow to deliver a State of the Jihad speech, it might sound something like this:"Fellow membe... Read More...


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Returning Nuclear Fuel to Russia" IAEA said.
Libya intend to return back Enriched nuclear fuel to Russia pastly provided by Soviet Union. (Aljazeera.com, 3/9/04) Read More...


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CIA and the WMD Issue
Discusses the resignation of George Tenet. By Alan Reynolds. (Cato Institute, 6/20/2004) Read More...


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Irresponsible Intelligence Reform
Current proposals to restructure intelligence agencies gravely threaten our civil liberties. By Kate Martin. (Washington Post, 9/29/2004 Read More...


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Misunderestimating Terrorism
Alhough terrorism is a top U.S. concern, the State Department's annual terrorism report was riddled with errors. If Washington wants to win the war, it needs to get its facts straight. By Alan B. Krue... Read More...


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Riding for a Fall
Three long-term trends are threatening to bankrupt America: the burgeoning costs of waging the war on terrorism, the U.S. economy's increasing reliance on foreign capital, and rapid aging throughout t... Read More...


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A Solution for Chechnya
Putin must stop painting all Chechens with the 'terrorist' brush and strike a deal with moderate Chechen leader Aslan Maskhadov, who rejects radical Islam and embraces separation of church and state. ... Read More...


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Russia's horror
Recent terrorism in Russia is re-examined. Parallels are drawn among numerous terrorist groups & events, though links are vague. The author offers numerous suggestions to battle not only terrorism i... Read More...


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Preventing a Nuclear 9/11
To prevent a nuclear attack by terrorists, we must act now to secure the world's nuclear stockpiles. By Matthew Bunn and Anthony Wier. (Washington Post, 9/12/2004) Read More...


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Putin Slams Call for Chechen Talks As Funerals Fill Beslan Streets
Discussion with Scott Peterson, Moscow bureau chief for the Christian Science Monitor and Mary Dejevsky, Chief editorial writer for the London Independent about the Beslan tragedy. (Democracy Now, 9/... Read More...


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European Press Review: Putin Chastised
Exerpts of European editorials about the Beslan tragedy. (Deutsche Welle, 9/6/2004) Read More...


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This cult of death is beyond reason
Discusses extremist Muslim groups and how to deal with them. By David Brooks. (International Herald Times, 9/8/2004) Read More...


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Russian FM welcomes Israeli cooperation on terror
Israeli newspaper reports co-operation and support to Russia in light of recent terrorist attacks. Also discusses foreign policy issues between the two states. (Haaretz International, 9/6/04) Read More...


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Insurgents seize a school in Russia
Recent terrorist attacks in Russia discussed, particularly the explosion of two aircraft departing from Moscow and the takeover of a school. Officials have pointed to Chechen rebels as the root of th... Read More...


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Putin points the finger in the wrong direction
In analyzing recent terrorist attacks in Russia, it is necessary to look at President Putin's recent policy decisions vis-a-vis the north Caucasus before denouncing the events as al-quaeda formulated.... Read More...


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Police Are at War With the Russian People
Opinion piece revealing police brutality in Russia. by Yulia Latynina (The Moscow Times, 11/08/04) Read More...


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Think Again: Al Qaeda
The mere mention of al Qaeda conjures images of an efficient terrorist network guided by a powerful criminal mastermind. Yet al Qaeda is more lethal as an ideology than as an organization. “Al Qaedais... Read More...


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Greece: Threat of Terrorism and Security at the Olympics
Discusses threats and security measures for 2004 Olympics in Greece. By Carol Migdalovitz. (Congressional Research Service, 4/30/2004) Read More...


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9/11 panelist: We're overlooking Muslim hostility
Interview with 9/11 Commissioner Jamie Gorelick, former deputy attorney general for President Clinton. (USA Today, 8/1/2004) Read More...


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Iraq & al Qaeda
The 9/11 Commission raises more questions than it answers. By Andrew C. McCarthy. (National Review Online, 6/17/2004) Read More...


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The 9/11 commission report
The full report of the bipartisan National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States, commonly called the 9/11 Commission. Read More...


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The Pakistan Connection
There is evidence of foreign intelligence backing for the 9/11 hijackers. Why is the US government so keen to cover it up? By Michael Meacher. (Guardian, 7/22/2004) Read More...


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How to Stop Nuclear Terror
U.S. secretary of energy Spencer Abraham talks about U.S. efforts to halt arms proliferation. (Washington Post, 7/17/2004, reg.) Read More...


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Russia Joins U.S.-Led Initiative On WMD
Russia joins Proliferation Security Initiative (PSI), implemented by the US, and intended to create a network of countries that share intelligence and cooperate in halting potential shipments of weapo... Read More...


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The Imbalance of Power
On the prospects for effective American-European relations. By Stephen M. Walt. (Harvard Magazine, 3/2004) Read More...


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A Year After Iraq War: Mistrust of America in Europe Ever Higher, Muslim Anger Persists
A year after the war in Iraq, discontent with America and its policies has intensified rather than diminished. (PEW Research Center, 3/16/2004) Read More...


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Filling the Information Gaps on Al Qaeda
Offers steps that should be taken through international cooperation to close down Al Qaeda. By Victor Comras. (Washington Post, 6/1/2004) Read More...


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The Connection
Not so long ago, the ties between Iraq and al Qaeda were conventional wisdom. The conventional wisdom was right. By Stephen F. Hayes. (Weekly Standard, 6/7/2004) Read More...


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