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U.S. intelligence chief to meet with S. Korea, Japan counterparts -Yonhap

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The intelligence chiefs of the United States, South Korea and Japan are expected to meet in Seoul early next week for closed-door discussions about North Korea, among other issues, Yonhap news agency reported, citing a government source. U.S. Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines will meet with...
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Senators Grassley, Johnson demand AG Garland provide update on declassification of remaining Russia probe docs

Republican Sens. Chuck Grassley and Ron Johnson are demanding Attorney General Merrick Garland provide them with an "immediate update" on former President Trump's January 2021 order to declassify records related to the FBI's original investigation into whether members of the Trump campaign coordinated with the Russian government to influence the 2016 election. The outraged senators slam the Justice Department for having made "no apparent progress toward transparency."
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Invoking 'Big Tech' as an accusation can endanger American security

Could Congress's antitrust campaign against Big Tech derail America's strategic competition with China? A bipartisan collection of senior national security leaders - including a former Secretary of Defense, former Director of National Intelligence, former CIA executives, and a former White House Homeland Security adviser - think so, and we would do well to listen.
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'Woke Rules': Ric Grenell Blasts Buttigieg and Explains Why He Was Hired

Biden's Secretary of Transportation — former South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg — is under fire this week for his absence during an escalating supply chain crisis that threatens to leave American stores filled with little more than empty shelves ahead of the busy holiday shopping season. As Katie explained...
SOUTH BEND, IN
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China’s more aggressive because it sees a ‘softer’ leader in White House, says former director of national intelligence

Former director of the Office of National Intelligence, John Ratcliffe, said that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has become increasingly aggressive, especially with Taiwan, because it sees in the Biden administration a “softer” and “more cooperative” leader than Trump. Ratcliffe, who served as director of national intelligence under Trump, gave...
FOREIGN POLICY
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Turkish intelligence busts Iranian espionage network

Turkey's National Intelligence Organization (MIT) and police busted an Iranian espionage network. The eight-member network that included two Iranian agents were caught in a joint operation conducted by MIT and police on Sept. 24. The Iranian intelligence officers were found to be trying to create a network with a budget...
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Turkish intelligence busts Iranian espionage network in eastern Turkey

Turkey's National Intelligence Organization (MIT) and police busted an Iranian espionage network in eastern Turkey, security sources said on Wednesday. The eight-member network that included two Iranian agents were caught in a joint operation conducted by MIT and police on Sept. 24. The Iranian intelligence officers were found to be...
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Norwich to hold 27th Annual Military Writers’ Symposium

NORTHFIELD, Vt. — Norwich University hosts the 27th Annual Military Writers’ Symposium Nov. 3 to Nov. 4. The symposium, which will address “Global Conflict or Cooperation? Evolving Arctic Security,” is free and open to the public. The Norwich University Military Writers’ Symposium, the only program of its kind at an...
MILITARY
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William P. Crowell, Prominent National Security Expert, Joins OSET Institute Board of Directors

Today, the OSET Institute announced that William P. Crowell, a venture capitalist and former Deputy Director of the National Security Agency, has joined the OSET Institute’s Board of Directors. Mr. Crowell brings a potent mix of physical and digital security experience in both government and private industry. He is currently a Partner at Alsop Louie Partners, a San Francisco-based venture capital firm, where he serves as the anchor for its security practice.
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‘The perfect police state’: China’s digital dictatorship goes global

(OPINION) In 2013, China’s President Xi Jinping said that “whoever controls data has the upper hand”. Xi has been on a technological quest to build what some call a blueprint for a digital dictatorship ever since. It would not only allow China’s communist government to control huge volumes of data...
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