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Nuclear Weapons Postures: Why Some Nations Flaunt Nukes While Others Conceal Them

Why does North Korea flaunt its nuclear status, while Israel hides its identity as a nuclear power? Has the United States ever been ready to fire at a moment’s notice? These are interesting questions and are important to understand in order to more accurately measure the relative power of different countries. There are three regional […]

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Syrian Terrorism in Lebanon

[Editor’s Note: One of the referenced authors uses an alternate Latin spelling of the more commonly-used Arabic term Hezbollah. Hizballah is thus used as the spelling throughout the document for consistency.] Is Syria running Lebanon? Syria’s objectives in Lebanon have consistently been to accomplish one central goal: controlling the Palestinian cause so that it can be […]

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U.S. Counter-Terrorism: Better Now Than on 9/11?

The ten-year anniversary of 9/11 provides an excellent time to reflect on American counter-terrorism strategies, including where they were prior to that day and where methodology has changed since then. This article will briefly discuss the history of intelligence gathering before moving on to defense of the homeland in the United States, “the wall” between […]

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