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Now We’re Talking

- A university program bridges the communication divide.

European Islamic Policies Examined

- “Muslims are the largest religious minority in Europe, and Islam is the fastest growing religion,” says a new report by the Congressional Research Service (CRS). The report, Muslims in Europe: Integration Policies in Selected Countries, notes that understanding how best to integrate and engage these growing populations can help mitigate the risk of Islamic extremism finding a foothold. @ Go to SM Online to read more.

Bio/Chem Risk in Airports

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Clearing the Way for Government Contractors

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Numbers

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European Islamic Policies Examined

- While “the vast majority of Muslims in Europe are not involved in radical activities,” according to the report, many Muslims in Europe are poor, unemployed, or imprisoned, which may lead to a sense of “cultural alienation and discrimination.” If these negative feelings are not given enough attention, Islamic militancy could be the unwitting result.

Now We’re Talking

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Aircraft Threatened

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Dog Use Dogged by Questions

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Nuclear Assets Vulnerable

- Protection of critical nuclear assets at the Department of Energy has fallen short of expectations and may not meet scheduled security changes, says an internal Department of Energy report,

Popular Public Preparedness

- Americans may have been laughing about preparedness when former DHS Secretary Tom Ridge told everyone to stockpile duct tape.

Diagnosing a Problem

- Doctors fared poorly in identifying hghly contagious and deadly illnesses.

The New "Need to Know"

- The intelligence community is slowly learning the value of sharing the data it gathers, but barriers to good information flow remain.
 




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