Michael Ross: Richard Silverstein Confuses Concept of “Tikkun Olam” with Reckless Endangerment, Cyber-Bullying, Defamation, and Mendacity.

Posted on Feb 10th, 2014 - By John Little - 0 Comments

Michael Ross was born in Canada and served as a soldier in a combat unit of the Israel Defence Forces prior to being recruited as a “combatant,”…

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Julia Tatiana Bailey: Art as Espionage in Cold War America

Posted on Feb 3rd, 2014 - By John Little - 0 Comments

Julia Tatiana Bailey is an art historian researching art as propaganda and diplomacy in Cold War America. She is currently completing her PhD as a…

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Theodore W. Weaver: It’s Cold Out There

Posted on Dec 27th, 2013 - By John Little - 0 Comments

Theodore W. Weaver is a former Intelligence Officer within the CIA's National Clandestine Service and the Directorate of Science and Technology. He…

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William Tucker: Everybody Spies – and for Good Reason

Posted on Oct 30th, 2013 - By John Little - 0 Comments

William serves as a senior security representative to a major government contractor where he acts as the Counterintelligence Officer, advises on…

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Tara Maller: Enhancing the Cyberdiplomacy Arsenal

Posted on Oct 4th, 2013 - By John Little - 0 Comments

Tara Maller is a research fellow in the National Security Studies Program at the New America Foundation. Her current areas of focus include…

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Lynnette Bukowski: Landing Zone Grace Veterans Retreat – Preparing Special Forces Personnel and Their Families for Life After War

Posted on Sep 12th, 2013 - By John Little - 3 Comments

For nearly three decades Lynnette Bukowski served as an Ombudsman and Volunteer Advisor to Families at myriad Naval Special Warfare Commands, and had…

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Tara Maller: A Historical Look at the Genealogy of the WMD Category & Threat

Posted on Sep 9th, 2013 - By John Little - 0 Comments

Tara Maller is a research fellow in the National Security Studies Program at the New America Foundation. Her current areas of focus include…

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William Tucker: Would the U.S. Really Kill Edward Snowden?

Posted on Jul 16th, 2013 - By John Little - 0 Comments

William serves as a senior security representative to a major government contractor where he acts as the Counterintelligence Officer, advises on…

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Natalie Sambhi: Security and Defence Accounts in Australia (and the Asia Pacific) You Should be Following on Twitter

Posted on Jul 7th, 2013 - By John Little - 1 Comment

Natalie Sambhi is an analyst at the Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI) and editor of ASPI’s blog The Strategist. Natalie’s research…

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William Tucker: Hawaii a Priority Target for Foreign Espionage

Posted on Jun 21st, 2013 - By John Little - 1 Comment

William serves as a senior security representative to a major government contractor where he acts as the Counterintelligence Officer, advises on…

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William Tucker: Snowden’s Snowjob?

Posted on Jun 10th, 2013 - By John Little - 5 Comments

William serves as a senior security representative to a major government contractor where he acts as the Counterintelligence Officer, advises on…

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William Tucker: Syria’s S-300 Air Defense System in Perspective

Posted on May 31st, 2013 - By John Little - 1 Comment

William serves as a senior security representative to a major government contractor where he acts as the Counterintelligence Officer, advises on…

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Tara Maller: Half the Homeland – Mobilizing Women for Cybersecurity

Posted on May 28th, 2013 - By John Little - 1 Comment

Tara Maller is a research fellow in the National Security Studies Program at the New America Foundation. Her current areas of focus include…

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Theodore W. Weaver: Our Unfinished Business

Posted on May 2nd, 2013 - By John Little - 9 Comments

Theodore W. Weaver is a former Intelligence Officer within the CIA's National Clandestine Service and the Directorate of Science and Technology. He…

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Scriven L. King On Security Conceptualization

Posted on May 1st, 2013 - By John Little - 4 Comments

Scriven King is a security professional who has worked for the federal government for ten years and now enjoys a life in both the private and public…

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A Case of the Intelligence Officer “Mondays” by Sean P. Sullivan

Posted on Jan 18th, 2013 - By John Little - 6 Comments

Sean P. Sullivan has over 15 years of Federal and Military experience in the US Navy and within the CIA’s Special Activities Division of the…

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Theodore W. Weaver: Remembering Khost, Three Years Later

Posted on Dec 29th, 2012 - By John Little - 22 Comments

Theodore W. Weaver is a former Intelligence Officer within the CIA's National Clandestine Service and the Directorate of Science and Technology. He…

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Zero Dark Reality

Posted on Dec 22nd, 2012 - By John Little - 4 Comments

Theodore W. Weaver is a former Intelligence Officer within the CIA's National Clandestine Service and the Directorate of Science and Technology. He…

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Michael Ross’ Top Ten Missed Targets for Assassination of 2012

Posted on Dec 21st, 2012 - By John Little - 8 Comments

10. Ramadan Shallah: Leader of Palestinian Islamic Jihad. His low ranking is because he's a weak terrorist leader but still has plenty of blood on…

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Is War in the Sixth Domain the End of Clausewitz?

Posted on Dec 13th, 2012 - By John Little - 1 Comment

Chloe Diggins & Clint Arizmendi are Research & Analysis Officers at the Australian Army’s Land Warfare Studies Centre. The views expressed are…

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Jon Iadonisi: Sam Bacile … or Silence Dogood: What Would Ben Franklin Do?

Posted on Dec 11th, 2012 - By John Little - 1 Comment

The penname was “Silence Dogood,” and the media in which the words of the man behind the name were published was the Poor Richard’s Almanac.…

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Blurring the Lines Between Hacktivism and Terrorism

Posted on Nov 26th, 2012 - By John Little - 8 Comments

Dr. Clint Arizmendi is a Research & Analysis Officer at the Land Warfare Studies Centre. The views expressed are his own and do not reflect those of…

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Introducing The Kabul Cable Blog

Posted on Jun 15th, 2012 - By Ty Mayfield - 1 Comment

The Kabul Cable was born out of a desire to contribute to the ongoing discussion about Afghanistan and the US involvement there. While at the Naval…

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Caitlin Fitz Gerald: Facing Reality in Saudi Arabia

Posted on Dec 16th, 2011 - By Caitlin Fitzgerald - 0 Comments

This week there has been a lot of discussion about Saudi Arabia's execution of a woman by beheading for witchcraft and sorcery. Amnesty International…

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Freedom: A Personal Account from an Egyptian Protester

Posted on Feb 14th, 2011 - By John Little - 0 Comments

My name is Tarek Fahmy. I turn 21 in 2 weeks and I am currently studying at the American University in Cairo. As a political science major, my dream…

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101st Combat Aviation Brigade Armament Soldier Sets the Standard

Posted on Jan 5th, 2011 - By John Little - 0 Comments

Guest post and photos by Army Spc. Jennifer Spradlin, 16th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment MULTI NATIONAL BASE TARIN KOT, Afghanistan – For…

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Guest Post: Traumatic Brain Injuries in the Military

Posted on Mar 5th, 2010 - By John Little - 0 Comments

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is becoming a common wound of modern warfare. It has even been coined the “signature wound” of the War on Terror.…

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Op-Ed: Were the Founding Fathers Media Socialists?

Posted on Mar 1st, 2010 - By John Little - 0 Comments

The Federal Communications Commission’s Chief Diversity Officer, Mark Lloyd, wants government to socialize the media. In his 2006 book Prologue to…

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Let’s Play the Blame Game

Posted on Apr 17th, 2007 - By John Little - 1 Comment

Guest Post by Lisa Garvin As if the horrific spectacle of 32 people killed by a crazed gunman isn't enough, people are already wanting someone…

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