NEWS & ANALYSIS

Locked in Combat

Record oil revenues are making Nigeria's conflicts harder to solve.

DHS Invests in Hi-Tech Antiterrorism Buoys

DHS hopes the hi-tech buoys will provide an inexpensive alternative to the current practice of aircraft and satellite surveillance.

REAL ID, WHTI Opponents' Concerns Persist

Testifying before Congress, public and private sector critics joined civil libertarians to attack REAL ID and the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative on multiple fronts.

Air Marshals' Names Found on No-Fly List

Air marshals assigned to protect flights have been denied access because their names appeared on the no-fly list, according to The Washington Times .

Terrorism Fatalities Up in 2007

In its annual terrorism report, the State Department cites a sustained threat from al Qaeda, and offers to remove North Korea removal from its list of state terrorism sponsors if it de-nuclearizes.

Report: U.S. Cigarette Smuggling Still Funds Terrorism

A new Congressional report charges that cigarette smuggling in the U.S., especially in New York State, funds terrorist organizations abroad to the detriment of national security.

Intelligence Chiefs Learn From Experience

Top U.S. intelligence officers explain how the mistakes they made in Iraq hold lessons for us all.

Virtual Kidnappings Scare Up Ransoms in Mexico

The latest criminal craze to hit Mexico uses fear as its asset.

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty Under Denial-of-Service Attack

The network's management believes the government of Belarus is behind the attack.

Global Security Software Spending Could Hit $10.5 Billion This Year

Gartner Inc. forecasts spending on security software this year to increase 11 percent over 2007.
 




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