Category: Homeland Security News

PandemicIn Responding to COVID, Nations Copy Policies of Regimes with Similar Political Ideology Published 8 December 2020 Public policy researchers found that nationalistic governments around the globe are more likely to copy other nationalistic governments in responding to the current pandemic. “While leaders often claim responses are based on the best available advice from scientists

Iran’s nukesRemote-Control Killing: Iran Says Top Nuclear Scientist Assassinated by Machine Gun Guided Via Satellite By Golnaz Esfandiari Published 8 December 2020 A machine gun equipped with a “satellite-controlled smart system” was used to kill Iran’s top nuclear scientist, a senior official with the country’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) has said. Officials have blamed

China syndromeBrain Drain: China’s Campaign of Intellectual Property Theft Published 7 December 2020 Hundreds of scientists at British universities, who would be banned from almost all postgraduate study in the United States over their ties to military-linked Chinese universities, are currently researching subjects which involve knowledge useful to the creation of Weapons of Mass Destruction.

TerrorismTeaching Anti-Terrorism: How France and England Use Schools to Counter Radicalization By Jonathan James Published 4 December 2020 The murder of the schoolteacher Samuel Paty, beheaded by 18-year-old Abdoullakh Abouyedovich Anzorov in October 2020 after Paty had shown caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad during a civic education lesson, has understandably caused shock and fear among

PandemicCDC Panel Moves Health Workers, Nursing Home Residents to Front of COVID Vaccine Line Published 2 December 2020 The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) vaccine advisory group, in an emergency meeting Monday, approved an interim recommendation for who should receive the first COVID-19 vaccine doses once authorized, which puts healthcare workers and nursing