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The Implications of DoD’s New WMD Strategy

In June, the Department of Defense released its newest report: “Strategy for Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction.” Reports like this from the DoD, State Department, and even CIA are released from time to time and temporarily pique my interest, but … Continue reading

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The Iranian Nuclear Scientist Who Defected Twice?

Mark Stout, SPY Historian A high-profile Iranian nuclear scientist may have defected to the United States last year.  And today he may have defected back.  What are the implications for American intelligence? The case is rife with mysteries.  Shahram Amiri … Continue reading

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