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Tag Archives: Osama Bin Laden
Initial analytical thoughts on Paris Attacks.
The following are some initial thoughts on the Paris attacks. The analysis relies on information in the public domain and includes what is known about previous attacks of a similar nature. I hope the following helps others to understand the … Continue reading
Posted in Government, justice, public sector, statesmanship, strategy Tagged Al-Qaeda, Guantanamo Bay detention camp, Osama Bin Laden, Paris, paris attacks, Saudi Arabia, The Pentagon 1 Comment
How Snowden’s naivety has harmed the NSA in his own words.
For many people, the NSA’s arguments against Snowden appear hollow as they lack a smoking gun. The NSA has not provided any evidence that the leaks have damaged their ability to collect intelligence and deal with terrorist threats. For some … Continue reading
Posted in Government, statesmanship, strategy Tagged Edward Snowden, Guardian, National Security Agency, NSA, Osama Bin Laden, Snowden, United States, Zero Dark Thirty 3 Comments