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JJ Green, in Afghanistan, on a mission

Many of the local Afghans here are struggling to stay warm and to eat and find work. They're also worried about the late night visits from the Taliban to harass them. Another big concern is the U.S. troops engaged in a tough fight against an enemy deeply rooted in this region.

Tags: Afghanistan , JJ Green

Thursday - 12/10/2009, 09:07am EST

What threat is China?

The United States needs to take a more aggressive approach in attacking unfair trade practices and currency manipulation by China, according to a security review

Tags: China , Cybersecurity , Larry Wortzel , U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission

Monday - 12/07/2009, 09:50am EST

Afghanistan plan: details and analysis

Democrats are complaining about President Barack Obama's order to send 30,000 more troops to Afghanistan and Republicans are unhappy with his promise to withdraw troops in 18 months. Congressional lawmakers are holding two days of high-profile hearings on the war, beginning today.

Tags: DoD , Lawrence Korb , Center for American Progress

Wednesday - 12/02/2009, 09:08am EST

Fighting insurgency while leading the world in Afghanistan

Pres. Obama will try to sell a skeptical public on his bigger, costlier war plan Tuesday by coupling the large new troop infusion with an emphasis on stepped-up training for Afghan forces that he says will allow the U.S. to leave.

Tags: Intel Briefing , JJ Green , Afghanistan

Tuesday - 12/01/2009, 10:08am EST

Defense's Common Access Card making uncommon progress

The Defense Department is looking for the same benefits from RFID as Wal-Mart.

Tags: smartcard , Common Access Card , HSPD 12 , Frank Jones , DoD , Defense

Friday - 11/20/2009, 10:40am EST

Building a cyber-savvy workforce will require a paradigm culture shift

More Cyber acumen coupled with new cultural sensitivity across all levels of federal agencies is needed.

Tags: Cyber Safety Net , Cybersecurity , tech , JR Reagan , Mike Gelles , Deloitte

Wednesday - 10/21/2009, 09:28am EDT

Sleeper cells and gatekeepers pose problems on the border

Narco-traffickers have found a new source of profit. Current and former U.S. government officials say they're helping international terrorists try to penetrate the U.S. borders.

Tags: Al Qaida , border security , Mahmoud Khourani , Tom Diaz , Mike Hayden , JJ Green

Thursday - 03/18/2010, 10:50am EDT
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