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Fundamental National Security Flaw in U.S.-Cuba Relations

By   /  November 4, 2016  /  International Security, National Security Law  /  Comments Off on Fundamental National Security Flaw in U.S.-Cuba Relations

The U.S. and Cuba may have a lot in common, yet there is still a critical need to learn from their divergent legal and operational systems for security cooperation.

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The White House’s Cybersecurity National Action Plan and What it Could Mean to the States

By   /  March 3, 2016  /  Cybersecurity, Cybersecurity Law & Policy, International Law, International Security, National Security Law  /  No Comments

President Obama recently released the White House’s Cybersecurity National Action Plan (CNAP) last Tuesday.[1] After a hacker released a statement last Monday that he is planning to dump thousands of FBI and DHS employee details[2], the release of the CNAP comes none too soon. The President’s plan outlines the formation of a new commission, a […]

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Loudspeakers: The Winning Strategy Against North Korea? – Part I

By   /  January 6, 2016  /  International Law, International Security, Nuclear Nonproliferation, Trending Topics  /  No Comments

Tensions have been raised again this month on the Korean peninsula. Despite the report that U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki Moon’s plan to visit North Korea[1], it has declared a no-sail zone off its east coast in preparation for a possible missile launch.[2] North Korea, which has been at war with South Korea for nearly […]

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Will Obama's Recent National Security Strategy Incite A Color Revolution?

By   /  March 31, 2015  /  Foreign Relations, International Security, National Security Law & Policy  /  No Comments

Under the authority of the Goldwater-Nichols Act, President Obama’s recently updated National Security Strategy may incite a color revolution in Russia.[1] A color revolution is a peaceful, political revolution with the intent to oust a corrupt governing regime. [2]  It has been seen in the past few years in states like Georgia and Ukraine. [3] […]

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Deradicalization Programs: Lessons Learned from Europe

By   /  March 15, 2015  /  Counterterrorism, Dealing with Religious Extremism, International Law, International Security, Trending Topics  /  No Comments

Homegrown militants have become a major threat for European countries. Europe’s police organization Europol estimates that up to 5,000 radicalized Europeans have left to fight in Syria and Iraq. These numbers demonstrate that it is imperative for European countries to take significant steps in stopping citizens who want to travel abroad and fight alongside ISIS. […]

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