♦ As the memory of Mumbai endures, India bolsters security for its 60th Republic Day.
♦ The BBC weighs how Western governments should respond to the terrorist threat emanating from a fragile Yemen.
♦ A new study from Harvard details al Qaeda's attempts to acquire nuclear weapons and whether the threat persists today.
♦ The Pakistani government tells Parliament that approximately 2,000 people have been killed in terrorist attacks since April 2009.
♦ Hackers target friends of employees at Google and other tech companies in the hopes of indirectly hitting their mark: the employees.
Experts contend that governments currently patrolling off the coast of Somalia will withdraw, leaving merchants to fend for themselves.
The U.S. should augment current work in chemical and biological defense with more efforts to deter adversaries from developing and using such weapons, according to a study from the RAND Corporation (.pdf).
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