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Imperial Grunts: The American Military On the Ground

- Kaplan explores the parallels between the global war on terrorism (GWOT) and the U.S. Army’s efforts to pacify the Native American population during the second half of the 19th century.

State Perspective - Arizona

- The homeland security perspective from Arizona.

Five Not-So-Easy Pieces

- Eager to stay on the cutting edge of technology and remain a trusted supplier to government, this contractor overhauled its security system at five main sites.

Gimme Shelter

- When is sheltering-in-place preferable to evacuation, and how should you go about it?

Gentlemen, Start Your Technologies

- High-tech homeland security start-ups.

Hard Realities, Soft Targets

- A forecast of global risks.

Russia, U.S. Cooperate on Urban Terror

- Urban terror in the post-Cold-War world.

Port Security Progress Report

- DHS Secretary Chertoff on port security.

New Menace Rises in Maghreb

- An Algerian rebel group formerly focused on toppling its own country's govenment has aligned itself with al Qaeda and is targeting Western interests.

Assessing Chlorine Gas Bombs

- Iraqi insurgents turn to chlorine gas as a weapon of terror, if not mass destruction.

Quick Bytes - Confiscated Laptops

- When you arrive at or leave from a U.S. airport, Customs officials can search and seize your laptop and any electronic media you have.

State Perspective – North Carolina

- A conversation with North Carolina's top emergency manager.

Document Fraud

- A bill (S. 276) introduced by Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) is designed to curb document fraud by making it illegal for anyone to produce, issue, or transfer more than ten legitimate passports without permission from the government. Forging, counterfeiting, or altering passports and making ten or more false applications for passports would be punishable by up to 20 years in prison.
 




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