Steven L. Pomerantz, JINSA's Director of Counter-Terrorism Programs and former Chief of Counter-Terrorism at the FBI addresses the threat Iran could pose should they choose to utilize existing resources in the U.S. to mount a terrorist attack.
Colonel (ret.) Richard Kemp, CBE, commander of British Forces in Afghanistan in 2003, explains what the British should make of their rising casualties in Afghanistan in the latest JINSA Global Briefing.
By Shoshana Bryen, Senior Director for Security Policy
Israel has great experience with guerrilla/terrorist forces on its borders with Lebanon, the West Bank and Gaza. A report by JINSA's Senior Director for Security Policy Shoshana Bryen assesses Israel's overall security operations through the prism of the ongoing Gaza War and the lessons of Israel's experience in the West Bank and Lebanon.
Transnational Terror Groups Extend U.S. Military's Decades-long Mission
As gasoline in America has remained relatively inexpensive at the pump, the cost of protecting the sources of that energy supply has increasingly risen in terms of defending resources often located in steadily deteriorating regions and amidst the growing forces of criminality and religious radicalism.
Choudhury Exposes Fundamentalist Islamism in "Tolerant" Bangladesh
Former Bangladeshi political prisoner Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury urges the United States to pay close attention to the rising tide of Islamist extremism in moderate Muslim countries if it is to prevent the radicalization of their populations.
U.S. and Israeli Ships Targeted, Hezbollah Successfully Strikes with Iranian Missile
From a Chinese sub slipping within five miles of a U.S. aircraft carrier to the pride of the Israeli fleet being struck by an Iranian anti-ship missile launched by Hezbollah, events in 2006 may compel needed attention to fleet protection, especially as advanced non-nuclear submarines begin to enter Middle East and Asian fleets.
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