Twitter: 65 Diplomats, Journalists, Spies, and Professors Who Will Help You Make Sense of Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine

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

The usual disclaimers apply. This is not a complete list (it's not even my complete list) and many informative accounts are not listed here. And of…

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Video: Lecture on Counterintelligence with William Nolte

Posted on Feb 14th, 2014 - By John Little - 1 Comment

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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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A Call for Sources – Help Improve Blogs of War

Posted on Dec 18th, 2013 - By John Little - 0 Comments

I've been at this for over a decade and manage quite an array of sources. Major media, large stable governments, prominent analysts, and think tanks…

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Lieutenant General Michael T. Flynn: A New Model for Defense Intelligence

Posted on Nov 24th, 2013 - By John Little - 0 Comments

Flynn's remarks start at…

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Interview: Hacker OPSEC with The Grugq

Posted on Nov 11th, 2013 - By John Little - 9 Comments

The Grugq is an world renowned information security researcher with 15 years of industry experience. Grugq started his career at a Fortune 100…

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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: 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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Blogs of War Chrome Extension Updated

Posted on Aug 15th, 2013 - By John Little - 0 Comments

I've made a ton of changes over the last couple of days. The extension has been updated to pull national security news from dozens of my favorite…

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Hating on the Cloud – From My New Acer C7 Chromebook

Posted on Aug 10th, 2013 - By John Little - 0 Comments

Some of you have interpreted my comments about cloud security, or rather the lack of absolute cloud security, as outright cloudhate so the fact that…

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Tor and the Illusion of Anonymity

Posted on Aug 6th, 2013 - By John Little - 0 Comments

So the story as it stands now seems to be that a certain Eric Eoin Marques is being accused of being the largest distributor of child pornography on…

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14 Hashtags You Can Use to Track the Bradley Manning Verdict (And Why You Should Use Only One)

Posted on Jul 29th, 2013 - By John Little - 0 Comments

The announcement should come at 1pm EST on Tuesday. I am finding myself tuning out large portions of Twitter during these types of events. It's a…

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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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@BlogsOfWarIntel – A Specialized Feed for Intelligence News

Posted on Jul 11th, 2013 - By John Little - 1 Comment

@BlogsOfWarIntel is the second in a series (@BlogsOfWarTech was the first) of specialized feeds that I am rolling out this week. Unlike my…

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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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Edward Snowden: Delusion Plentiful – Options, Not So Much

Posted on Jul 2nd, 2013 - By John Little - 3 Comments

When the Edward Snowden story broke I found it very difficult to believe that he'd punched out with gigs of NSA secrets and absolutely no exit plan.…

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10 Short Outrage-Busting Reads on French Spying for President Hollande

Posted on Jul 1st, 2013 - By John Little - 0 Comments

"France tells US to ‘immediately’ stop spying" might be the silliest headline of all time given France's large, aggressive, and quite competent…

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Edward Snowden: Booz Allen Hamilton Job Sought for Access to Classified Material

Posted on Jun 24th, 2013 - By John Little - 1 Comment

You might remember this comment from Edward Snowden during his Guardian live Q&A on June 17: The statement I made about earnings was that $200,000…

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SCMP: Edward Snowden on Aeroflot Flight From Hong Kong to Moscow – Final Destination Unknown

Posted on Jun 23rd, 2013 - By John Little - 0 Comments

The South China Morning Post is breaking the story: It is understood that the 30-year-old boarded the Aeroflot SU213 flight from Chep Lap Kok…

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Federal Prosecutors Charge Edward Snowden with Espionage

Posted on Jun 21st, 2013 - By John Little - 0 Comments

The Washington Post just revealed that Federal prosecutors have filed a sealed criminal complaint against Edward Snowden: Snowden was charged with…

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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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China’s Media Warns of Challenges to US Businesses in Wake of Edward Snowden’s Revelations

Posted on Jun 19th, 2013 - By John Little - 0 Comments

This English summary from Taiwan-based Want China Times zeros in on Cisco but other tech giants are named: Furthermore, Cisco is the key…

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Live Tweets: House Intelligence Committee Hearing on NSA Operations

Posted on Jun 18th, 2013 - By John Little - 1 Comment

https://twitter.com/BlogsofWar/status/346994284404289537 https://twitter.com/BlogsofWar/status/346995125462900737 https://twitter.com/BlogsofWar…

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Initial Thoughts on Edward Snowden’s Guardian Live Q&A

Posted on Jun 17th, 2013 - By John Little - 9 Comments

The Guardian hosted live Q&A with Edward Snowden just wrapped up. Here are my initial thoughts (captured live): On intelligence community foreign…

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China’s Foreign Ministry: Speculation that Edward Snowden is a Chinese Spy is Completely Groundless

Posted on Jun 17th, 2013 - By John Little - 2 Comments

The denial is meaningless and would be expected at this stage in any event. However, Hua Chunying did leverage the question to throw a soft jab back…

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Is Edward Snowden a Chinese Spy?

Posted on Jun 14th, 2013 - By John Little - 6 Comments

It is not yet possible to determine if Edward Snowden is working with a foreign intelligence service (FIS) or if a rich fantasy life and raging…

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Lindsay Mills: Reportedly the Blogging, Instagraming, Pinteresting, Flickering, YouTubing and Tweeting Girlfriend of Edward Snowden

Posted on Jun 11th, 2013 - By John Little - 3 Comments

The woman reported to be Edward Snowden's girlfriend (at least one of them anyway) has a pretty massive (and scantily clothed) digital footprint that…

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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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Edward Snowden: Naive NSA Whistleblower, Spy, or Something Else Entirely?

Posted on Jun 10th, 2013 - By John Little - 8 Comments

Where to begin with Mr. Snowden? We are to believe that a highly paid IC contractor left his comfortable job in Hawaii, ditched his girlfriend, flew…

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Life in the Cold – Discussing the Psychology of Spying with Former Mossad Officer Michael Ross

Posted on Jun 5th, 2013 - 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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The Former CIA Officers, Analysts, and Intelligence Professionals Who You Should Be Following on Twitter

Posted on May 23rd, 2013 - By John Little - 0 Comments

Following spies on Twitter can be a dicey proposition. For every legitimate account there are hundreds, if not thousands, of imposters. Many of the…

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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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Talking Tech, Social, and Security with White Canvas Group Founders Jon Iadonisi and Tim Newberry

Posted on Mar 20th, 2013 - By John Little - 0 Comments

Jon Iadonisi is the founder of White Canvas Group (Twitter) and leads the innovation and application of new products and solutions for all clients.…

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Video: Nixon and the Role of Intelligence in the 1973 Yom Kippur War

Posted on Feb 1st, 2013 - By John Little - 1 Comment

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Life at Mossad Headquarters – A Discussion with Former Mossad Officer Michael Ross

Posted on Jan 28th, 2013 - 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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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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Interview: Ethics and Security in the Age of Ubiquitous Media with Dr. Rebecca Johnson

Posted on Dec 27th, 2012 - By John Little - 5 Comments

Dr. Johnson is Associate Professor of National Security Affairs at Marine Corps University’s Command and Staff College. Prior to joining the…

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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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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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Video: We Are DIA

Posted on Dec 7th, 2012 - By John Little - 0 Comments

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So You Want to Work for the CIA/Mossad?

Posted on Nov 27th, 2012 - By John Little - 1 Comment

Former Mossad officer Michael Ross and I were comparing notes on the unusual messages and emails that come our way and, not surprisingly, we both…

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CIA Director Petraeus Resigns – Cites Extramarital Affair

Posted on Nov 9th, 2012 - By John Little - 5 Comments

President Obama accepted the resignation this afternoon. Petraeus issued a short statement: Yesterday afternoon, I went to the White House and…

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Drone Roundup: Israel and Iran Fight It Out in the Press

Posted on Oct 15th, 2012 - By John Little - 4 Comments

Iran defense minister confirms Hezbollah drone was Iranian “Whatever we have at our disposal will be used at the proper time in defending the…

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Hayden and Chertoff Blast the Obama Administration on Benghazi

Posted on Oct 12th, 2012 - By John Little - 12 Comments

Mistakes can be forgiven but covering them up, especially when your excuse changes from day to day, points to a much larger problem: Michael…

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Benghazi Attack Fallout and Congressional Hearings Monitor

Posted on Oct 10th, 2012 - By John Little - 1 Comment

With the State Department backtracking on its story, disturbing and shameful background details on the security situation continuing to emerge, and…

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Video: IAF Interceps UAV in Israeli Airspace

Posted on Oct 6th, 2012 - By John Little - 0 Comments

It's an impressive bit of video but little is known about the drone or its origins: From the moment that it was identified, a squadron of F-16I…

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Tweet of the Day

Posted on Oct 2nd, 2012 - By John Little - 0 Comments

https://twitter.com/robertcaruso/status/253229015165460480…

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Covert Contact Just Got Bigger, Better, and Cheaper

Posted on Aug 2nd, 2012 - By John Little - 0 Comments

Those of you who used to use the Blogs of War ThreatStream before it became Covert Contact will be please to hear that pricing and plan changes have…

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Covert Contact – Real-Time Social Media Intelligence

Posted on Jul 16th, 2012 - By John Little - 0 Comments

As promised I've been working to make the ThreatStreams available again. Many of you have spoken and you clearly do not want to see this service…

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Live Streams – Monitoring Intelligence Leaks and the Intelligence Committees

Posted on Jun 7th, 2012 - By John Little - 0 Comments

The Intelligence Leaks ThreatStream has two focus areas. The first pulls in all tweets about intelligence leaks while the second aggregates tweets…

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The Art of Intelligence: Lessons from a Life in the CIA’s Clandestine Service

Posted on Jun 5th, 2012 - By John Little - 0 Comments

Recommended for those looking for entry level insight into the business of intelligence. Crumpton is a much better writer than most but there is not…

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#SpyBeer – The Spy Who Came in for a Cold One

Posted on May 12th, 2012 - By John Little - 2 Comments

So Michael Ross and I were comparing craft beer selections on Twitter when @wesko suggested that we develop some spy-related beer names. I've…

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Letters from Abbottabad: Bin Ladin Sidelined? – English Translations

Posted on May 3rd, 2012 - By John Little - 0 Comments

You can download the full report and documents (in original form or translated) from West Point's Combating Terrorism Center. I've made the…

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Interview: Former Mossad Combatant Michael Ross

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

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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Jonathan Pollard and American Fairness, Justice, and Mercy

Posted on Jan 7th, 2011 - By John Little - 0 Comments

The pro-Pollard buzz that was building in the Israeli press, blogs, and social media channels throughout last year has culminated in an official plea…

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The J-20 Black Eagle – China’s 5th Generation Stealth Fighter

Posted on Dec 31st, 2010 - By John Little - 1 Comment

Forums, Twitter, and blogs are have been buzzing over this "new" Chinese jet for days. The quality of the jet is uncertain but props to the Chinese…

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Want to Prevent War with Iran? Take the Gloves Off

Posted on Dec 6th, 2010 - By John Little - 0 Comments

Some sage thoughts on Twitter this morning from @petulantsage: New rule: every time you enable or make excuses for Iran you should be lashed, one…

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Military Personnel Ordered to Stay Off Wikileaks

Posted on Aug 6th, 2010 - By John Little - 0 Comments

This is next to impossible to enforce but it should make it easier to monitor the few who are clueless enough to conduct transactions with Wikileaks…

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Congressman Mike Rogers: Death Penalty Should Be Considered in Bradley Manning Case

Posted on Aug 4th, 2010 - By John Little - 0 Comments

Manning doesn't seem to have any fans on the House Intelligence Committee: "If they won't charge him with treason, they ought to charge him with…

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Quick Thoughts on Wikileaks

Posted on Jul 28th, 2010 - By John Little - 3 Comments

The free culture movement and hacker ethos are full of both great and absolutely terrible ideas. As ideologies and subcultures go they're sort of…

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ODNI Documents Respond to Washington Post’s Top Secret America Series

Posted on Jul 21st, 2010 - By John Little - 0 Comments

Q&A on the IC Post-9/11 and Truth about Contractors address some of the issues raised in the Washington Post series but the tone is dry, defensive,…

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Top Secret America: 854,000 People Hold Security Clearances

Posted on Jul 20th, 2010 - By John Little - 0 Comments

An estimated 854,000 people, nearly 1.5 times as many people as live in Washington, D.C., hold top-secret security clearances. - Top Secret America,…

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Video: Frontline Sneak Peek – Inside “Top Secret America”

Posted on Jul 20th, 2010 - By John Little - 0 Comments

On the Web: Frontline: Top Secret America Washington Post: Top Secret…

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Rep. Pete Hoekstra Reacts to Washington Post’s Top Secret America Series

Posted on Jul 20th, 2010 - By John Little - 0 Comments

U.S. Rep. Pete Hoekstra, R-Mich., the top Republican on the House Intelligence Committee today issued the following statement in response to the…

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DNI Reacts to Washington Post’s Secret America Series

Posted on Jul 19th, 2010 - By John Little - 0 Comments

This morning, the Washington Post began a series of articles on the growth of the Intelligence Community following the terrorist attacks on 9/11. …

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Washington Post Launches Top Secret America

Posted on Jul 19th, 2010 - By John Little - 1 Comment

The project in their own words: "Top Secret America" is a project nearly two years in the making that describes the huge national security buildup…

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Ten Arrested – Accused of Being Russian Spies

Posted on Jun 28th, 2010 - By John Little - 0 Comments

The scope of this is unusual to say the least: Ten individuals have been arrested in the United States on charges of being Russian agents, the…

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Current Intelligence Magazine

Posted on Mar 9th, 2010 - By John Little - 0 Comments

A note from Michael A. Innes, Visiting Research Fellow at the University of Leeds School of Politics and International Studies: Some of you may…

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The Cyber Loop: Strategic Thought on the Cyberspace Domain

Posted on Mar 3rd, 2010 - By John Little - 0 Comments

A new addition to the Blogs of War blogroll: The Cyber Loop is a group of carefully selected strategists who have banded together to further the…

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NSA To Participate in the First Intelligence Community Virtual Career Fair

Posted on Feb 25th, 2010 - By John Little - 0 Comments

The National Security Agency (NSA) will participate in the first Intelligence Community (IC) Virtual Career Fair on Tuesday, March 16, from 10 a.m. -…

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Live Video: Senate Blackwater Hearings

Posted on Feb 24th, 2010 - By John Little - 0 Comments

CNN is streaming video. You can follow, or participate in, the discussion on Twitter with the #Blackwater…

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DNI Dennis Blair Delivers Landon Lecture at Kansas State – Despite Bomb Threat

Posted on Feb 23rd, 2010 - By John Little - 0 Comments

It was only a minor annoyance thanks to what appears to be solid contingency planning by authorities: It was around 1:00 Monday afternoon when a…

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Live Video: NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen Today at 1:00 p.m.

Posted on Feb 22nd, 2010 - By John Little - 0 Comments

The event is hosted by the Center for a New American Security: The Center for a New American Security (CNAS) and Georgetown University will host a…

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Need to Know: 02/16/2010 – Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar Roundup

Posted on Feb 16th, 2010 - By John Little - 0 Comments

Taliban's Most Senior Military Commander Captured by the CIA in Pakistan Raid Baradar heads the Taliban's military council and was elevated in the…

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Rep. Charlie Wilson Dead at 76

Posted on Feb 10th, 2010 - By John Little - 0 Comments

Classic Charlie Wilson Campaign Ads Details on the passing of a patriot via the Washington Post Wilson died Wednesday at Memorial Medical…

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Webcast: Facebook for Spies – Enabling Social Collaboration in a Community Trained not to Collaborate

Posted on Feb 10th, 2010 - By John Little - 0 Comments

I've registered: Join us for a live webcast featuring the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) In September 2008, the federal government…

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UK-USA Cooperation Exposed Terrorist Network – Najibullah Zazi

Posted on Nov 9th, 2009 - By John Little - 0 Comments

The exact details are appropriately murky but what we know is encouraging: The arrest of an alleged al-Qaeda gang in Manchester and Liverpool said…

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Was the U.S. Intelligence Community Aware of Attempts by Major Nidal Hasan to Contact al Qaeda?

Posted on Nov 9th, 2009 - By John Little - 1 Comment

Oops: U.S. intelligence agencies were aware months ago that Army Major Nidal Hasan was attempting to make contact with people associated with al…

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Shane Bauer, Sarah Shourd and Josh Fattal Accused of Espionage by Iran

Posted on Nov 9th, 2009 - By John Little - 0 Comments

Prosecutor Abbas Jafari Dowlatabadi has laid out the charges but it is still unclear where Iran is heading with this case. The investigation…

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On the NSA and Privacy

Posted on Nov 7th, 2009 - By John Little - 0 Comments

Sometimes gentlemen do read each other's mail: NSA has its problems, like any other large organization; problems with management, problems with…

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CIA in Obama’s Sights

Posted on Aug 9th, 2009 - By John Little - 0 Comments

Get ready for a month's long media event: U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder appears poised to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate CIA…

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India Demands Transfer of Terrorists from Pakistan

Posted on Dec 2nd, 2008 - By John Little - 7 Comments

India is going to leverage the fallout from the attacks to their advantage - as they should: India is renewing its demands that Pakistan hand over…

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Home Minister Shivraj Patil Resigns After Mumbai Attacks

Posted on Nov 30th, 2008 - By John Little - 13 Comments

It seemed inevitable anyway: Prime Minister Singh accepted the resignation and immediately named Finance Minister P. Chidambaram to take over the…

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Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf Resigns

Posted on Aug 18th, 2008 - By John Little - 0 Comments

It was inevitable: Facing an imminent impeachment, Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf on Monday announced his resignation maintaining that he…

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National Archives: Chef Julia Child was an OSS Spy

Posted on Aug 14th, 2008 - By John Little - 0 Comments

She could whip up Poulet Rôti blindfolded and then kill you with it - 47 different ways: Famed chef Julia Child shared a secret with Supreme…

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Clinton-Era Official: Fix The Terror Watch List!

Posted on Jul 14th, 2008 - By John Little - 1 Comment

There's no doubt that getting on this list, as many innocent Americans have, is a major inconvenience: Former Assistant Attorney General Jim…

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Gregg W. Bergersen Sentenced in Chinese Spy Case

Posted on Jul 12th, 2008 - By John Little - 0 Comments

The former analyst for the Pentagon got off easy - with a 57 month sentence: The judge, Leonie M. Brinkema, rejected the prosecutor’s request…

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The Dragon Lady

Posted on Jun 9th, 2008 - By John Little - 0 Comments

Southwest Texas LIVE! has an awesome piece on the history of the U-2: “Just as I got over Jose Marti Airfield at 72,000 feet, which is also…

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Video: The Enigma Machine

Posted on May 10th, 2008 - By John Little - 0 Comments

Wikipedia has an extended entry on the Enigma machine: The '"Enigma machine" was a cipher machine used to encrypt and decrypt secret messages.…

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Defense Intelligence Agency Eyes Mashup Tools

Posted on May 10th, 2008 - By John Little - 0 Comments

It sounds like the agency has been pretty aggressive in it's application of the concept: The emerging technology has already attracted some large…

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Houston Selected for Urban UAV Tests

Posted on Nov 23rd, 2007 - By John Little - 0 Comments

I think the PR folks are scrambling a bit after one of our local stations crashed HPD's semi-secret UAV demo: Houston is one of two cities chosen…

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Blackwater Sucessfully Tests Polar 400 Airship

Posted on Nov 23rd, 2007 - By John Little - 0 Comments

Earlier this year Blackwater Worldwide created a new business unit to build and deploy remotely piloted airships. Small maueverable airships are…

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Nada Nadim Prouty Roundup

Posted on Nov 21st, 2007 - By John Little - 0 Comments

New York Daily News James Bamford, who has written several respected books on the intelligence community, said it's not surprising CIA vets wouldn't…

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Nada Nadim Prouty & The Sorry State of Counter-Intelligence

Posted on Nov 20th, 2007 - By John Little - 0 Comments

The woman was a giant walking red flag and while she was caught (eventually) you have to wonder how she obtained a clearance in the first…

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Intelligence Community Eyes Virtual World Analysis Tools

Posted on Nov 20th, 2007 - By John Little - 0 Comments

I stumbled across an interesting article while researching a presentation on virtual worlds and healthcare that I'm putting together: The research…

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UK Investigation Points Towards American al Qaeda Operatives

Posted on Aug 6th, 2007 - By John Little - 0 Comments

Intelligence gained from the investigation into the recent UK attacks is troubling: E-mail addresses for American individuals were found on the…

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