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WPB Judge Tosses Suits Accusing Chiquita of Helping Terrorists Kill Colombians

9/15/19 Perspective: Business & paramilitaries Enable IntenseDebate Comments:  Enable IntenseDebate Comments About 220,000 Colombians were killed in the civil war which raged in Colombia between 1964 and 2016. Most of the victims were killed by two Marxist...

North Korean Hacking Groups Hit with Treasury Sanctions

9/15/19 Perspective: Ransomware Enable IntenseDebate Comments:  Enable IntenseDebate Comments The Department of the Treasury hit three North Korean groups with new sanctions Sept. 13 for conducting cyberattacks against critical infrastructure, including the...

Fearing “Spy Trains,” Congress May Ban a Chinese Maker of Subway Cars

9/15/19 Perspective: China syndrome Enable IntenseDebate Comments:  Enable IntenseDebate Comments America’s next fight with China is unfolding at a glistening new factory in Chicago, which stands empty except for the shells of two subway cars and space for future...

The fundamental challenges of living with wildfire

by | May 16, 2019 | Current Threats

5/15/19

Wildfires

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mso-bidi-font-family:”Times New Roman””>Wildfires can have dramatic impacts on Western landscapes and communities, but human values determine whether the changes caused by fire are desired or dreaded. This is the simple – but often overlooked – message from a collaborative team of twenty-three researchers led by University of Montana faculty in a study published in the May issue of the journal BioScience.

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Source: http://www.homelandsecuritynewswire.com/dr20190515-the-fundamental-challenges-of-living-with-wildfire

West Needs to Be Ready for Terrorist “Dirty” Cyber Bomb

9/15/19 Perspective: Cyber bomb Enable IntenseDebate Comments:  Enable IntenseDebate Comments The West and Israel must take necessary precautions to prevent terrorists from launching a “dirty” cyber bomb, Lt.-Gen. (ret.) Vincent Stewart, who stepped down a few months...