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C.I.A. Scrambles for New Approach in Afghanistan

As published by the New York Times The rapid withdrawal of U.S. troops has left the agency seeking ways to maintain its intelligence-gathering, war-fighting and counterterrorism operations in the country. An Afghan soldier flying over Helmand Province last month. Recent ...
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Pro-Iran militias using ‘more sophisticated weapons’ against US forces in Iraq

As published by Kurdistan 24 by Laurie Mylroie WASHINGTON DC (Kurdistan 24) – There is a new and “rapidly evolving threat” to US forces in Iraq posed by Iranian proxies there, The New York Times reported on Friday. Three Attacks at US ...
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Iran’s Proxies in Iraq Threaten U.S. With More Sophisticated Weapons

As published by the New York Times By Jane Arraf and Eric Schmitt BAGHDAD — The United States is grappling with a rapidly evolving threat from Iranian proxies in Iraq after militia forces specialized in operating more sophisticated weaponry, including ...
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Upcoming UFO report to Congress creating lots of buzz Congress will receive an intelligence report on UFOs in late June.

ByLuis Martinez June 3, 2021, 6:54 PM • 10 min read As published by AB News Later this month, U.S. intelligence agencies will present to Congress a highly-anticipated unclassified report about what they know about UFOs, or as the Pentagon now ...
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Podcast: FORMER U.S. NAVY SEAL COMMANDER, ERIC OEHLERICH

As published by Media Mavens Global Crisis Watch ...
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Podcast: BEHIND THE WALLS:INSIDE THE MIDDLE EAST CONFLICT

As published by Media Mavens Global Crisis Watch ...
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Untapped US intelligence to be probed for clues to COVID-19 origin: Sources

BySasha Pezenik andJosh Margolin May 29, 2021, 11:04 AM • 9 min read As published by ABC News When President Joe Biden directed U.S. intelligence agencies on a 90-day deeper dig into the origins of COVID-19, he wasn't signaling for ...
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Inside Washington’s Fight to Save Afghans Who Saved Americans

Afghan interpreters were promised U.S. visas. Now, red tape may cost them their lives. By Robbie Gramer, a diplomacy and national security reporter at Foreign Policy, and Jack Detsch, Foreign Policy’s Pentagon and national security reporter. MAY 19, 2021, 1:59 PM In 1975, as ...
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Global Crisis Watch Podcast: BEHIND THE WALLS:INSIDE THE MIDDLE EAST CONFLICT

Global Crisis Watch sits down with Michael Patrick Mulroy, National Security and Defense Analyst for ABC, to discuss the current events unfolding in the Middle East.  Leaving no stone unturned, Mulroy discusses all things Middle-Eastern warfare, including the root of ...
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Trends in Domestic Violent Extremism

By Liam McHugh and Tobias Armour Most of the country watched the events of January 6th at the United States Capitol stunned with disbelief. Confederate flags along with QAnon and “Stop the Steal” shirts tore across TV screens and the ...
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