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Pentagon prepares for cyberwar

Pentagon officials look at ways to expand NATO's collective defense tenet, Christian Science Monitor reports.

Tags: Cybersecurity Update , Dorobek Insider , technology , pentagon , cyberwar , Christian Science Monitor

Wednesday - 10/06/2010, 04:27pm EDT

Cyberwarfare now the norm, says NATO

"It's no exaggeration to say that cyber attacks have become a new form of permanent, low-level warfare," says NATO's Secretary General.

Tags: Federal Drive , Cybersecurity Update , cybersecurity , cyberwarfare

Monday - 09/27/2010, 09:30am EDT

Changes coming for contracting in Afghanistan

Learn more in today's DoD Report

Tags: DorobekInsider , newscast , DoD Report , contracting , Defense , Gen. David Petraeus , Afghanistan , Lockheed Martin

Monday - 09/13/2010, 05:58pm EDT

India Leases Nuclear Sub from Russia

After 19 years, India has once again leased a nuclear-powered attack submarine from Russia. The Nerpa, which NATO classifies as an Akula II attack submarine, departed Russian waters on August 20th bound for India. Once the boat arrives, it will be rechristened INS Chakra and begin sea trials. The ten year lease provides time for India to exploit the Akula II for crew training and guidance in constructing its own nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarines. A squadron of three is planned. The Akula II - and India's conventionally powered submarines -- can launch torpedoes and cruise missiles. India has purchased some of the most advanced underwater-launched cruise missiles in existence.

Tags: contracting , KGS , NightWatch , John McCreary

Tuesday - 09/07/2010, 08:00am EDT

An update on NATO efforts in Afghanistan

Marine Colonel William Maxwell, director of the joint operation center in Kabul, joined the Federal Drive from Afghanistan with an update

Tags: Federal Drive , Afghanistan , Colonel William Maxwell , Vyomika Jairam

Monday - 07/12/2010, 10:07am EDT

Karzai Targeted

The brother of Afghan President Hamid Karzai, Ahmad Wali Karzai has become a target of NATO --so to speak. British Major General Nick Carter, a top commander in Afghanistan said his plan is to reduce his role in the day-to-day governing of Kandahar. The president's brother has been accused of ties to drug traffickers for many years and represents an impediment to transparency in Afghanistan. Carter's goals is to see to it that the actual governor of the Kandahar province gets to govern.

Tags: Pentagon & Beyond , pentagon , Hamid Karzai , Nick Carter , Afghanistan , Kandahar , J.J. Green

Tuesday - 06/01/2010, 12:17am EDT

Bono, Clinton among Atlantic Council honorees

The U2 front man and U.S. President both received awards for their international humanitarian work.

Tags: Bono , Bill Clinton , Atlantic Awards , Dr. Josef Ackerman , Stephane Abrial , humanitarian work

Thursday - 04/29/2010, 10:45am EDT

Scaling back contractors

The top U.S. and NATO commander in Afghanistan said Friday that the coalition depends too much on private-sector contractors, and insisted his forces are keeping close watch on the flow of Taliban fighters who are training in Iran. Gen. Stanley McChrystal, during a four-day visit to France, said the coalition in Afghanistan has become too dependent on private contractors in the effort to stabilize the country.

Tags: Pentagon & Beyond , pentagon , Afghanistan , Taliban , Stanley McChrystal , France

Monday - 04/19/2010, 11:13am EDT

Special Representative for Global Partnerships

April 12th and April 14th, 2009

Elizabeth F. Bagley
Special Representative for Global Partnerships
Office of the Secretary of State
Department of State

Tags: technology , Business of Government Hour , Department of State , Elizabeth Frawley Bagley , Portugal , Senate , Balkan , Sol Linowitz

Monday - 04/12/2010, 02:53pm EDT

France: No More Troops

France will not send any more troops to Afghanistan and wants instead to see an enlarged Afghan army, President Nicolas Sarkozy said in a newspaper interview released on Thursday. The United States is considering sending up to 40,000 additional troops to Afghanistan and has urged its NATO allies to do something similar. Britain announced this week that it was ready to send 500 more troops but Sarkozy told Le Figaro daily that he was sticking to a long-standing pledge not to send more forces. He said it is necessary to stay in Afghanistan? And to stay to win. "But France will not send one more soldier."

Tags: pentagon , technology , France , Afghanistan , Nicolas Sarkozy ,

Friday - 10/16/2009, 04:39pm EDT
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