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09/04/2005 | Martin Edwin Andersen: Ports of all sizes must be secured against terrorism
Dallas News Staff | Dallas Morning News
Few Americans even know about Port Fourchon, a seaport with no permanent residents straddling a spit along Louisiana's coast. But if they did, they would better understand why port security means economic security – and why more, much more, still needs to be done to protect these engines of our prosperity. ...
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09/04/2005 | The voices of intelligence
Ronald A. Marks | Washington Times
As Director of National Intelligence-designate John Negroponte approaches his Senate confirmation hearings, he is faced with a crisis that stabs at the very heart of American intelligence — its broken analysis. The "voice" of intelligence is clearly no longer trusted. ...
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07/04/2005 | China's Secret War
Patrick Devenny | Front Page Magazine
When FBI Assistant Director Dan Szady, who heads the agency’s counter-intelligence division, made a rare public appearance to speak at the National Intelligence Conference and Exposition held last month in Alexandria, Virginia, it wasn’t to discuss Iran, Iraq, or any country in the Middle East, as many may have expected. Instead, the 33-year veteran of the Bureau discussed the “huge” threat posed to our national security by the Chinese intelligence apparatus. ...
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07/04/2005 | Syria: At the tipping point
Paul Vallely and Gordon Cucullu | Center for Security Policy
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07/04/2005 | EE.UU: Utilizando Nuestro Ejército Para Intereses De Otros
Doug Bandow | El Cato
El presidente Bush podría desear la liberación de naciones extranjeras, no obstante, la mayoría de los estadounidenses creen que su prioridad debería ser la situación en Irak. Cuánto tiempo permanezcamos en Irak debe ser decidido sobre la base de intereses estadounidenses, no iraquíes. ...
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07/04/2005 | China's Secret War
Patrick Devenny | Front Page Magazine
When FBI Assistant Director Dan Szady, who heads the agency’s counter-intelligence division, made a rare public appearance to speak at the National Intelligence Conference and Exposition held last month in Alexandria, Virginia, it wasn’t to discuss Iran, Iraq, or any country in the Middle East, as many may have expected. Instead, the 33-year veteran of the Bureau discussed the “huge” threat posed to our national security by the Chinese intelligence apparatus. ...
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07/04/2005 | Syria: At the tipping point
Paul Vallely and Gordon Cucullu | Center for Security Policy
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07/04/2005 | EE.UU: Utilizando Nuestro Ejército Para Intereses De Otros
Doug Bandow | El Cato
El presidente Bush podría desear la liberación de naciones extranjeras, no obstante, la mayoría de los estadounidenses creen que su prioridad debería ser la situación en Irak. Cuánto tiempo permanezcamos en Irak debe ser decidido sobre la base de intereses estadounidenses, no iraquíes. ...
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06/04/2005 | The National Counterintelligence Strategy of the United States
Office National Counterintelligence Executive | National Counterintelligence Executive
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06/04/2005 | 2004 Report of the Information Security Oversight Office (ISOO). PDF
Information Security Oversight Office | U.S. National Archives & Records Administration
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