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Federal CIO Steven VanRoekel explains the new worldwide transparency drive called the Open Government Partnership.
The Pentagon has been seeking with little success permission from Congress to transfer used military hardware from Iraq to the Pakistani army but American lawmakers have so far balked at the request, citing concerns that Islamabad could use the equipment against India. Pakistan is mobilizing forces now for a long awaited ground offensive against Taliban militants in their South Waziristan stronghold near the Afghan border.
The U.S. Is getting ready to sign a cyber pact with India. Learn more in today's cybersecurity update
There is growing proof of a link between narco-traffickers and al-Qaida after international authorities have discovered a scheme that's been flying under the radar.
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