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02/02/2005 | Analysis: Senate hearing on homeland security puts protecting seaports in focus
Martin Edwin Andersen | Port Security News
Critique offered by think tank analysts likely to be taken into account when debating new federal budget ...
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02/02/2005 | Iraqi palmistry
Arnaud de Borchgrave | Washington Times
WASHINGTON (UPI) -- An optimist in the Middle East is someone who's almost always wrong, while a pessimist is usually an optimist with experience. And those who live by the crystal ball in Araby usually wind up eating crunched glass. ...
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02/02/2005 | Corea del Norte vendió uranio procesado a Libia
De Nuestra Redacción | Offnews.info
Pruebas científicas han llevado a dependencias de los servicios de inteligencia de Estados Unidos y científicos gubernamentales a concluir, casi con certeza, que Corea del Norte vendió uranio procesado a Libia, impulsando indicaciones previas en el sentido de que el aislado Estado había exportado combustible para armas nucleares, según funcionarios con acceso a los datos de inteligencia. ...
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01/02/2005 | The Wrong Changes For the CIA
Reuel Marc Gerecht | Washington Post
Will Porter Goss reform the CIA's clandestine service? Though the media have focused on senior-level resignations under the new director, Goss's hiring priorities are a better indicator of whether meaningful change is arriving at Langley. ...
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01/02/2005 | Pentagon gets to pay informers
Douglas Jehl and Eric Schmitt |
Congress has given the Pentagon important new authority to fight terrorism by authorizing Special Operations forces for the first time to spend money to pay informers and recruit foreign paramilitary soldiers. ...
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01/02/2005 | The Wrong Changes For the CIA
Reuel Marc Gerecht | Washington Post
Will Porter Goss reform the CIA's clandestine service? Though the media have focused on senior-level resignations under the new director, Goss's hiring priorities are a better indicator of whether meaningful change is arriving at Langley. ...
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01/02/2005 | Pentagon gets to pay informers
Douglas Jehl and Eric Schmitt |
Congress has given the Pentagon important new authority to fight terrorism by authorizing Special Operations forces for the first time to spend money to pay informers and recruit foreign paramilitary soldiers. ...
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01/02/2005 | Pentagon gets to pay informers
Douglas Jehl and Eric Schmitt |
Congress has given the Pentagon important new authority to fight terrorism by authorizing Special Operations forces for the first time to spend money to pay informers and recruit foreign paramilitary soldiers. ...
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31/01/2005 | Torture Chicks Gone Wild
Maureen Dowd | Offnews.info
By the time House Republicans were finished with him, Bill Clinton must have thought of a thong as a torture device. ...
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31/01/2005 | Cox taps Ben Cohen as Homeland Security Committee staff director
Martin Edwin Andersen | Port Security News
Former deputy general counsel at DoD replaces CIA pro John Gannon at new House standing committee ...
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