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Leaders Course Marks Milestone for Army

GUNPOWDER RANGE, Md. – The general, who commands the nation’s only military formation that combats chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosive, or CBRNE, threats, said the first CBRNE Leaders Course marked a milestone for...

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One Missile May Hide Another

Video lecture: Honor thesis seminar by MA candidate, Philippe Mauger. The post One Missile May Hide Another appeared first on James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies. …read more From:: James Martin Center for Nonproliferation...

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Sagem enhances French Army FELIN kit

Sagem, a division of French group Safran, announced on 3 April it had won a contract from the French Direction générale de l’armement (DGA) procurement organisation to add several improvements to the French Army’s...

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The secret weapon at the Iran talks: a whiteboard

Washington (AFP) April 5, 2015 – In this hi-tech age of gadgets and gizmos, a simple whiteboard found in classrooms around the globe was the tool that helped negotiators seal the complex parameters of...

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Netanyahu wants Iran deal to cover missile capacity

Jerusalem (AFP) April 7, 2015 – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu kept up his offensive against the framework nuclear deal with Iran on Tuesday, saying it fails to address Tehran’s long-range missile arsenal. “Why...

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CIA chief says criticism of Iran deal ‘disingenuous’

Washington (AFP) April 8, 2015 – CIA director John Brennan gave a staunch defense of the framework nuclear deal with Iran on Tuesday, calling some criticism of the accord “disingenuous” while expressing surprise at...

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Webinar: Strategies for Community Emergency Response Teams

The Federal Emergency Mangaement Agency (FEMA) Individual and Community Preparedness Division is hosting a webinar to learn new strategies to develop resources for Community Emergency Response Teams (CERT) Program. The event will be held...

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Reading Chinese Nuclear Deterrence

CICERO – Throughout the Cold War, China remained secondary to the Soviet Union in American strategy and thinking. Ironically, the Asia-Pacific region was where the Cold War got the hottest in places like Vietnam,...

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Assessing the War on Terror

By Erik Goepner Reports from The Heritage Foundation suggest there have been 64 Islamist-inspired terror attempts on U.S. soil since 9/11. Of those, only four were carried out, with nearly all of the remaining...

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UCB, MRC Collaborate to Advance Antibody Discovery Platform

The United Kingdom’s Medical Research Council (MRC) and global pharmaceutical company UCB have launched a collaboration that will provide scientists with access to cutting-edge technologies to discover new monoclonal antibodies. These antibodies will enable...

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USAID Taps Cornell to Advance Ebola Protective Garments

In the war against Ebola, Cornell University – along with partners International Personnel Protection Inc. (IPP) and protective apparel manufacturer Kappler Inc. – will rethink, reimagine and re-engineer protective suits for health care workers...

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