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Teen Who Plotted 9/11 Attack On Elton John Concert Given Life Sentence
Haroon Syed, 19, from London admitted to researching weapons and potential targets for a terror attack.
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Britain's Most Gay-Friendly Employer Might Surprise You
The distinction comes 25 years after the agency dropped a ban on hiring gays.
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MI5 Chief Warns Al Qaeda In Syria Planning Mass Attacks On West
Of the 17,891 Deaths from Terrorism Last Year, 19 Were American. Let Iraqis Fight ISIS.
H. A. Goodman
Columnist published in The Cleveland Plain Dealer, The Baltimo...
The reality of the war against terrorism is that since 2001, the U.S. has weakened groups like Al-Qaeda, but "hasn't wiped any out" according to a recent Washington Post article.
Agent Storm, My Life Inside al Qaeda and the CIA
Peter Van Buren
Author of the forthcoming "Hooper's War," "Ghosts of Tom Joad:...
Storm's own blustery self-image and the bit of unrealness noted aside,
Agent Storm: My Life Inside al Qaeda and the CIA
is a decent read for anyone watching the world of intelligence who also appreciates a good story.
Is Back With a New Index of Our Post-9/11 Unease and Dysfunction
All of a sudden, in a rush -- though not so spectacular a
as the outstanding racing drama which went wide across the U.S. over the weekend --
is on a dramatically new course. Not just different, not a return to Season 1, as most of the characters are in very different places, but new.
The Globalization of Covert Action
There is no reason to believe that the propensity of states to utilize covert action will decrease with time; rather, it is sure to increase, particularly given the number and complexity of regional conflicts and the rise of non-state actors.
Blood and Gifts
: A Conversation With Playwright J.T. Rogers
Marcia G. Yerman
Writer on women's issues, human rights, environment and culture
Blood and Gifts
, a play by J.T. Rogers, creates a full overview of the issues and choices that were the precursors to our current situation.
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
, Alec Guinness Spectacular on DVD
Writer, Drama Critic
The beauty of John le Carré's continuing canon is that his scrutiny of spies' lives is always a metaphor for humanity's broader existential predicaments.
A Case of Russian Sexpionage in Britain or Simply a Case of a Young Woman Preferring Older High Ranking Officials?
International Attorney, Author and Columnist
Ekaterina "Katia" Zatuliveter insists that she is not a Russian spy operating in the UK. MI5, the British internal intelligence service insists that she was working for Russian intelligence and wants her deported from the UK.
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Winston Churchill Assassination Attempt By Zionist Revealed
Curtis M. Wong
Spy Novelist John le Carré: Writing A Book Is 'Like Having A Baby'
Glamorous Ballerina Was Nazi Party's Secret Weapon, UK Files Show
Curtis M. Wong
MI5 Pensions Off Spies Who Can't Use Facebook, Twitter
Jon Stewart Author Interview: Eamon Javers On Corporate Espionage (VIDEO)
Al-Qaeda Came Within Days Of Attack On UK, Court Hears
MI5 Is Devious, Dishonest And Complicit In Torture, Says British Judge Lord Neuberger
Surgically Implanted Bombs: The Next Terror Threat? (VIDEO)
Coming to the US, the World's First Official History of an Intelligence Service; MI5
It is the first time that any intelligence service, anywhere in the world, has allowed an historian to read through its files and record his or her findings.
Mussolini And MI5: Documents Reveal Italy's Fascist Dictator Was Once British Agent
British Spy Agency Blackmails Muslims:
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