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18/01/2005 | Gunmen for God: Palestine's militias, a profile
Bradley Burston | Haaretz
Now that the Palestinian elections are over, the real campaign begins.

For Mahmoud Abbas, it is the campaign swing of his life. The voters in question range from undecided to hostile. ...
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18/01/2005 | Triangulating the War
| National Review
Reading the pages of foreign-policy journals, between the long tracts on Bush's "failures" and neoconservative "arrogance," one encounters mostly predictions of defeat and calls for phased withdrawal ó always with resounding criticism of the American "botched" occupation. ...
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18/01/2005 | New Bush national security directive on maritime issues charts Administration course during his second term
Martin Edwin Andersen | Port Security News
On December 21, President Bush issued a national security decision directive on maritime security that is to become the linchpin of his Administrationís second-term policy in the area, Port Security News has learned. ...
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18/01/2005 | DHS releases Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) Strategic Plan
PSN Service | Port Security News
The U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has released its strategic plan, "Securing the Global Supply Chain," for the Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT). ...
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18/01/2005 | Gunmen for God: Palestine's militias, a profile
Bradley Burston | Haaretz
Now that the Palestinian elections are over, the real campaign begins.

For Mahmoud Abbas, it is the campaign swing of his life. The voters in question range from undecided to hostile. ...
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18/01/2005 | Triangulating the War
| National Review
Reading the pages of foreign-policy journals, between the long tracts on Bush's "failures" and neoconservative "arrogance," one encounters mostly predictions of defeat and calls for phased withdrawal ó always with resounding criticism of the American "botched" occupation. ...
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18/01/2005 | New Bush national security directive on maritime issues charts Administration course during his second term
Martin Edwin Andersen | Port Security News
On December 21, President Bush issued a national security decision directive on maritime security that is to become the linchpin of his Administrationís second-term policy in the area, Port Security News has learned. ...
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18/01/2005 | DHS releases Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) Strategic Plan
PSN Service | Port Security News
The U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has released its strategic plan, "Securing the Global Supply Chain," for the Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT). ...
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17/01/2005 | The War Against World War IV
Norman Podhoretz | Commentary Magazine
A Second-Term Retreat?

Will George W. Bush spend the next few years backing down from the ambitious strategy he outlined in the Bush Doctrine for fighting and winning World War IV?

To be sure, Bush himself still calls it the "war on terrorism," and has shied away from giving the name World War IV to the great conflict into which we were plunged by 9/11. (World War III, in this accounting, was the cold war.) ...
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17/01/2005 | An African vortex: Islamism in sub-Saharan Africa . PDF
David McCormack | Center for Security Policy
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