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Highlights Of OEWatch For June 2017

This month’s OEWatch marks the publication’s departure from the Foreign Military Studies Office as it migrated to the All Partners Access Network or APAN. The network allows US government employees to share and collect data on strategic issues. 487 more words


What to do if you fail the exam? - growth mindset

Back in 2011 I wrote about what to do if you fail an exam, it’s one of my most read blogs. Last week I delivered an online presentation for the… 839 more words

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Intelligence and Technology: Impact of Tools on Human Abilities

This challenging collection of essays deals with the impact of evolving  information technologies on human mental life and, indeed, on the nature and organization of human culture as a store of information-processing techniques. 137 more words


The Drone Index: Harbin BZK-005

It’s isn’t hyperbole to acknowledge China’s stature as Asia’s reigning drone power. For perspective, consider how its neighbors, including India, Japan, and Russia, are hard-pressed at deploying UAVs on the same scale and level of sophistication. 497 more words


Highlights Of OEWatch For May 2017

Each month the US Army’s think tank the Foreign Military Studies Office (FMSO) publishes its open source OEWatch magazine as a free download. 448 more words

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The Drone Index: KAI RQ-101 Night Intruder

As a world leader in electronics it isn’t surprising to learn how South Korea nurtures outsized ambitions for its domestic UAVs. But just like the rest of its manufacturing and industrial base it took decades until drones became claimed an indispensable role in the country’s security landscape. 385 more words


The Philippines Is Rolling Out A National Cybersecurity Plan

The Philippine government is readying a set of strategies to thwart future cyber attacks. It’s called the National Cybersecurity Plan 2022 and its details were revealed by Allan Cabanlong during… 840 more words