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NATO Secretary General at CCNY on September 27, 2012

On Thursday, September 27, the Colin Powell Center and the CCNY Division of Social Science will present Anders Fogh Rasmussen, secretary general of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization ( 209 more words

Our Military is Well Ahead of Congress on Climate Change

Tonight 350 Pensacola brought Brigadier General John Adams, Ret. to describe how the military is involved in preparation for the consequences of climate change. Among them are sea level rise, food shortages, migration of large groups of people from countries destabilized by climate change impacts, and larger and more powerful storms. 696 more words

Climate Change

"Panama Papers" delivers shock felt around the world

The massive leak which detailed a global network of offshore companies which helped the wealthy hide their assets has jaws dropping across the globe. Twitter is already abuzz over the leak. 461 more words

National Security

What the Experts Say about Counterterrorism

No one needs reminding that the global security environment is volatile. Nihilistic groups mount an existential threat to U.S. interests around the world. Responding to unpredictability requires careful analysis and thoughtful strategy. 651 more words

Department Of Defense

The Rise of Neo-Terrorism and the Ultimate Money Making Machine.

With the world run on a platform of corruption, greed and war, the battle against terrorism identifies two major types of extremists:

  1. The fundamental terrorist groups out to make Europe and the US and others pay for their past and present deeds through mass killing of innocent souls without remorse and;
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Crusader Corner: It's Official, Released Terrorist Have and Are Killing Americans

Pentagon Confirms Guantanamo Transfers Have Killed Americans

A senior Defense Department official told U.S. lawmakers Wednesday that Americans have been killed by detainees who were released from the prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. 494 more words

Current Events

Cold War Files: Military Records on U.S. Role in Run-up to 1976 Argentine Military Coup to be De-Classified

President Barack Obama will move to declassify U.S. military and intelligence records related to Argentina‘s “Dirty War,” the White House said Thursday, aiming to bring closure to questions of U.S. 712 more words

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