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Bakiyev Speaks Out

Ousted Kyrgyz president Kurmanbek Bakiyev says he did not want to believe Russia was behind the protests that chased him from power. Bakiyev also said he had no plans to step down, but offered to talk to the opposition leaders who have claimed control of Kyrgyzstan after Central Asia's bloodiest unrest in five years. He adds he believes there was some foreign influence in the coup.

Tags: Pentagon , Bakiyev , Kyrgystan , J.J. Green

Friday - 04/09/2010, 11:06am EDT

CIA vs SVR

What's the difference between Russian intelligence and U.S. intelligence today? A source with knowledge of both CIA and Russia's SVR, formerly known as the KGB says the SVR has an unlimited supply of money to recruit spies. The source also says it depends on the quality and amount of information a spy can provide. Still the source says, the SVR tries to save money and says American turncoats Aldrich Aimes, and Robert Hanssen could have gotten ten times more than they got from the Russian intelligence.

Tags: Pentagon , CIA , SVR , KGB , Russia

Monday - 04/05/2010, 11:02am EDT

A Flock of Seagulls

The South Korean government says it did not detect any North Korean submarines near the western sea border on the night a Navy vessel was struck a mine and sank. Officials have been wondering whether North Korea had launched an attack. So what are the chances it was an accident? South Korea says another of it's ships which was nearby at the time of the incident, opened fire northward toward an "unidentified object," believing it was an enemy vessel fleeing after an attack, but the object caught on radar was probably a flock of birds.

Tags: Pentagon , J.J. Green , Navy

Thursday - 04/01/2010, 07:01pm EDT

EADS Getting in the Game

European aerospace giant EADS is nearing a decision to compete directly with Boeing for a contract to build billions of dollars of aerial tankers for the U.S. Air Force. Reuters news service says all indicators seem to suggest that EADS will follow through with a bid, now that it has been granted prime contractor status by the Pentagon and may get a 90-day extension that would give it time to examine classified documents critical to a tender.

Tags: Pentagon , Air Force , J.J. Green , EADS , Boeing

Monday - 03/29/2010, 03:25pm EDT
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