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As Europe braces, fears of an attack grip Italians
This article discusses the preparations by Italian officials for a terrorist on their soil as Italy may be the next target for terrorists in Europe. By Elisabeth Rosenthal (International Herald Tribu... Read More...


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Downed US Seals may have got too close to Bin Laden
The authors discuss the evidence that the downed special operations unit in a known Taliban stronghold may have gotten too close to a high priority target such as al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden. Ton... Read More...


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Al Qaeda answers CIA's hiring call
This former CIA official discusses al Qaeda attempts to infiltrate the U.S. Intelligence Community and the consequences of just one successful attempt. By Michael Sulick (Los Angeles Times, 10 Jul 20... Read More...


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When?
The author discusses the prospect of the use of nuclear weapons by Islamic terrorists on the U.S. Pakistan's nuclear arsenal is focused on specifically as a likely source of nuclear materials for suc... Read More...


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Al Qaeda's Smart Bombs
The author examines the nationality and background of bin Laden sponsored terrorists who killed themselves since 1995. More importantly, he looks at the nationality of their targets to reveal a patte... Read More...


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Attacks Bear Earmarks Of Evolving Al Qaeda
The authors discuss the traits of an al Qaeda attack evident in the London bombings. They also examine this attack as an indication of a more decentralized al Qaeda organization. By Steve Coll and S... Read More...


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Securing terror target No. 1
This article discusses the efforts by the U.S. military to protect critical oil terminals in the Persian Gulf. Protection of these terminals will be turned over to Iraqi Marine forces by early 2006. ... Read More...


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Our Ally, Our Problem
The author discusses the fact that many convicted and alleged terrorists come from the growing Muslim population in London. He identifies several reasons for why young Muslims in the U.K. are, and wi... Read More...


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If It's a Muslim Problem, It Needs a Muslim Solution
The author provides an argument that a solution must come from within the Muslim "village" in order to halt terrorist attacks which are increasing the isolation and mistrust between the West and Musli... Read More...


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Democracy or Anti-Terrorism? Tough Choice
Democratization in some Middle Eastern countries also means a weakening of local governments' ability to fight terrorism. By David Ignatius. (Daily Star. July 1, 2005) Read More...


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Hamdi and Habeas Corpus
Discusses information about Yaser Hamdi. By Timothy Lynch. (Cato Institute 4/23/2004) Read More...


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Why the FBI Can't Be Reformed
The FBI cannot be reformed to serve as the nation's domestic intelligence agency, writes Odom. By William E. Odom. (Washington Post, 6/29/2005) Read More...


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The Syria Accountability Act Taking the Wrong Road to Damascus
Discusses the Bush administration's Syria Accountability and Lebanese Sovereignty Restoration Act of 2003 and how it helps combat terrorism at home and abroad. By Claude Salhani. (Cato Institute 3/18/... Read More...


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Nourishing the Enemy
Discusses the Bush administration's response and resolutions to terrorist activities. By Gene Healy. (Cato Institute 4/19/2004) Read More...


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Outsourcing the Hunt for Bin Laden
Discusses the problem with outsourcing the hunt for Bin Laden. By Leon Hadar. (Cato Institute 4/19/2004) Read More...


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Spanish Flu: Paying the price for America's mistake
Discusses international views on the war against terrorism. By Doug Bandow. (Cato Institute 3/15/2004) Read More...


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IA-Forum Interview: Mr. John Pike
International Affairs Forum speaks with Mr. John Pike, one of the world's leading experts on defense, space and intelligence policy, and Director of GlobalSecurity.org. By Winston Harris (IA-Forum, 6/... Read More...


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A Moment to Seize With North Korea
The authors argue that the U.S. should seize the opportunity to find a peaceful solution to North Korea's growing nuclear program. This is after statements by Kim Jong Il last week that suggest he is... Read More...


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Pirates get cut-throat in strait
Already financially stretched governments in the Malacca Strait continue to face the problem of piracy in this critical maritime passage. Though there was a lull in piracy incidents after the late-20... Read More...


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Time to dismantle the cold war’s nuclear legacy
Former Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara and Robin Cook call for a NATO and Russia to cooperate in accounting for and dismantling their Cold War nuclear arsenals. (Financial Times, Reg., 22/06/200... Read More...


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Coalition forces fear rise in Afghan suicide attacks
Coalition forces are on greater alert in Afghanistan as Taliban remnants and al-Qaeda fighters are using Iraq-style attacks with increasing frequency. By Levon Sevunts (Washington Times, 23/06/2005.) Read More...


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Should Nukes Bloom in Asia?
The author discusses the changing political and strategic dynamic in East Asia. He believes that the U.S. much to gain by reaching a deal with North Korea as the alternative may include greater nucle... Read More...


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Vietnam, U.S. To Improve Intelligence, Military Ties
The Prime Minister of Vietnam has announced on the eve of a trip to the U.S., that both U.S. and Vietnam will work together in the exchange of intelligence on terrorism and transnational crime. By El... Read More...


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Pact Spares Saudis From Nuke Review
The Saudi Arabian government signed an agreement with the IAEA that would exempt them from inspections of their small nuclear program as part of the Small Quantities Protocol. By Michael Adler (Washi... Read More...


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U.S. Warns Iran on Nuclear Issue
The U.S. stated at the quarterly meeting of the IAEA that Iran could face military consequences if it does not come clean about its nuclear program. By Allisa Rubin (Los Angeles Times 17/06/2005.) Read More...


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U.S. Probes Reported Sudan Link To Terror
U.S. intelligence and security agencies are investigating reports of Sudan resuming support of al Qaeda-linked terrorists and Muslim extremists in the use of explosives, machine guns, and even biologi... Read More...


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Fighting a Hard, Half-Forgotten War
A U.S. Marine batallion along the Afghanistan-Pakistan border has found itself continuously fighting off Taliban forces 3 1/2 years after the begining on this somewhat forgotten conflict. By N.C. Aiz... Read More...


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China advances missile program
China successfully flight-tested a long range, submarine based missile, marking what a U.S. official called a significant milestone in China's long range nuclear weapons program. By Bill Gertz (Washi... Read More...


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Karzai Asks Musharraf for Border Help
Pakistani leader Musharraf assured Afghanistan's President that they will continue to support efforts to secure the border where Taliban have traveled between, despite reports of Pakistan relaxing bor... Read More...


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Penny-wise, Pound-foolish
The author comments on the lack of U.S. security involvement in the oil and raw materials rich Africa where China is making trade inroads. He shows that the Commander of USEUCOM is lobbying the Bush ... Read More...


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