Category: Homeland Security News

Iran’s NukesIAEA: Iran Denying Monitoring Access at “Indispensable” Site Published 28 September 2021 The IAEA, the UN nuclear watchdog, says Iran has not allowed international inspectors access to a centrifuge-component-manufacturing workshop as agreed under a monitoring deal reached two weeks ago. Iran has not allowed international inspectors access to a centrifuge-component-manufacturing workshop as agreed under a

Energy SecurityHimalayan Hydropower “Clean but Risky”: Scientists By Ranjit Devraj Published 28 September 2021 The Himalayas, with steep topography and abundant water resources, offer sustainable, low-carbon hydropower for energy-hungry South Asia. But there is a catch — the mountain range falls in one of the world’s most seismically active regions. With its steep topography and abundant

Russian HackingEU: Russia Involved in “Ghostwriter” Cyberattacks Published 24 September 2021 The European Union has warned the Kremlin that it could “consider taking further steps” over Moscow’s complicity in recent cyberattacks targeting the bloc’s members. The European Union on Friday threatened to take action against Russia over alleged complicity in a cyberattack campaign known as “Ghostwriter” against a

Public Health PreparednessTwo Decades After 9/11: What We’ve Learned About Public Health Preparedness and Leadership By Lauren Eichberger (Reynolds) Published 24 September 2021 In the United States, 743,452 “excess” (potentially preventable) deaths occurred from COVID-19 between February 2020 and September 4th, 2021, according to the CDC National Center for Health Statistics. This figure exceeds the