Category: Homeland Security News

Disaster responseTool to Explore National Response Framework Published 5 March 2021 When a disaster strikes, FEMA outlines an organized process for response. To navigate the framework more easily, researchers designed a tool which visually captures and explores FEMA’s 470-plus requirements, recommendations, and other elements. When a disaster strikes, the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s National Response Framework outlines an

The Russia connectionU.S. Concludes Russian Agents Poisoned Navalny, Will Join EU Sanctions Published 2 March 2021 Senior U.S. administration officials say Washington has concluded that Russian agents used a nerve agent to poison opposition leader Aleksei Navalny. The officials said the United States will mirror EU sanctions on seven senior Russian government officials. Senior U.S. administration

Hate crimesHate Crimes Targeting Asian Americans Spiked by 150% in Major U.S. Cities By Masood Farivar Published 2 March 2021 Hate-fueled attacks on Asian Americans spiked across major U.S. cities last year — in some cases by triple-digit percentages — even as overall hate crimes declined, newly analyzed police department statistics show. Moreover, the alarming

Our picks: China syndromeTop U.K. Universities Worked with Chinese Nuclear Weapons Labs | China’s Rare Earth & U.S.-China Tech War | Boycotting Beijing Winter Olympics, and more Published 2 March 2021 ·  Scientists at Top British Universities Worked with Chinese Nuclear Weapons Researchers ·  Royal Navy to defy Beijing with patrols in South China Sea ·  China’s

The Russia connectionU.S. Concludes Russian Agents Poisoned Navalny, Will Join EU Sanctions Published 2 March 2021 Senior U.S. administration officials say Washington has concluded that Russian agents used a nerve agent to poison opposition leader Aleksei Navalny. The officials said the United States will mirror EU sanctions on seven senior Russian government officials. Senior U.S. administration