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Category: Policy

Transpacific pragmatism on cybersecurity

Each year the US Department of Homeland Security holds a National Cyber Security Awareness Month. By virtue of time zones, this year’s edition got a bit of a headstart, (unofficially) kicking off in Brisbane...

Malaysia’s ISIS problem

Police in Malaysia arrested 14 people in October suspected of planning to join ISIS, including three ‘key players’. These arrests bring to 36 the number apprehended in Malaysia on suspicion of trying to join...

Interview: Shin Dong-hyuk, human rights advocate

Momentum is gathering in the international community to demand human rights in North Korea. Seven months after the United Nations established the Commission of Inquiry on human rights in North Korea, the most recent...

DISA Shifts From Gatekeeper To Guardian

The clouds, they are a-changin’. The Defense Information Systems Agency may have lost its status — always controversial and contested — as gatekeeper between the rest of the Defense Department and commercial providers of...

Dagestani Languages at Risk of Becoming ‘Illegal’

Staunton, October 29 – Officials in Dagestan, the most linguistically diverse republic in the Russian Federation, are preparing a new language law that calls for official support of 28 languages and effectively makes the...

Pentagon Warns Employees About Islamic State Threats

Military personnel and civilians who work in the Pentagon could be targeted by the Islamic State group or other terrorists, the building’s internal security agency is warning employees in a new memo distributed late...

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