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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


Aircraft Threatened


Dog Use Dogged by Questions


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.

What’s Wrong with the War on Terrorism?

- Brian Michael Jenkins is one of the world’s leading authorities on international terrorism, currently serving as senior advisor to the president of the think tank RAND Corp.  He recently published Unconquerable Nation: Knowing our Enemy, Strengthening Ourselves, and Security Management. Assistant Editor Joseph Straw talked with him about the book, terrorism generally, and private security’s role.

Worldwide Terrorism by Target

- Quarterly target, region, and tactic data on terrorist incidents from MIPT Terrorism Knowledge Base.

State Perspective – Kansas

- An interview with Maj. General Tod M. Bunting.

Talk Trumps Tech in Silicon Valley

- It stands to reason that California’s Silicon Valley would lead the country in establishing a network of interoperable communications for first responders. And it does—but not for the technological reasons you might think.

The Long Road to Secure Infrastructure

- New government plans to protect critical infrastructure lack substance despite a decade-long effort by federal officials and private-sector partners.

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