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NEW AMERICANS IN OUR NATIONS MILITARY  By Catherine N. Barry

In the wake of the Senates passage of the Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act, S. 744, in June by a bipartisan supermajority of 68 to 32, the drumbeat for immigration reform has only ...Read more >

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SHAPING THE IRAQI SECURITY FORCES  By Anthony H. Cordesman and Sam Khazai

The US retains a critical national security interests in Iraq. These interests revolve around supporting Iraqi security and governance in order to allow it to simultaneously prevent a return of Sunni terrorist elements to the country and resist Iranian influence over its Shi’ite factions, but they present critical challenges now that US forces have left ...Read more >

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INDIA-UNITED STATES COOPERATION ON GLOBAL SECURITY  

The key issues noted here are some of those raised by individual workshop participants, and do not in any way indicate consensus of workshop participants overall. „h Civilian nuclear material is found in many countries around the world, although exact quantities are not known. „h Even countries that do not have fissile materials may be used as transit countries for illicit transport of nuclear ...Read more >

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A HOMELAND SECURITY MODEL FOR ASSESSING US DOMESTIC THREATS  By Shawn Cupp and Michael G. Spight

Since 9/11, local, state, and federal governments in conjunction with corporate agencies have conducted a wide variety of risk assessments. These include identifying and assigning the threat and vulnerability to a number of infrastructures based on potential terrorist attacks. Many of these assessments are conducted with international or foreign terrorists in ...Read more >

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ROLE OF THE ARMED FORCES IN INTERNAL SECURITY : TIME FOR REVIEW   By P K Mallick

The term “aid to civil authorities” (ACA) is a British imperial usage referring to the process by which local authorities can request the central government to lend assistance in times of emergency. Before independence, dealing with internal security was an important task of the army. For the colonial rulers, internal security was more important than tackling external aggression, for their own ...Read more >

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U.S. ARMY OPERATIONAL TESTING AND EVALUATION: LAYING THE FOUNDATION FOR THE ARMY OF 2020  

The strength of the U.S. Army has always been its Soldiersloyal, selfless, courageous men and women of integrity. But in the 21st century our people are confronting adversaries who also exhibit audacity, resilience and creativity, employing hybrid strategies to confound the technological and industrial dominance that has until recently been reserved for ...Read more >

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TIBET AND INDIAS SECURITY  

As regards Sino-Tibetan relations, the status of Tibet is at the core of the dispute. China maintains that Tibet is an inalienable part of China. Tibetans maintain that Tibet has historically been an independent country. In reality, the conflict over Tibet’s status has been a conflict over ...Read more >

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THE RESPONSIBILITY TO PROTECT  

Humanitarian intervention has been controversial both when it happens, and when it has failed to happen. Rwanda in 1994 laid bare the full horror of inaction. The United Nations (UN) Secretariat and some permanent members of the Security Council knew that officials connected to the then government were planning ...Read more >

108 Pages
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INDIA 2025 : LIKELY LEVELS OF VIOLENCE  By by Vijay Karan

In the history of a country, especially one so “aged” as India, twenty five years is a very small period indeed. And yet, twenty five years can be a very long time, a very eventful time, a very transforming ...Read more >

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THE ROLE OF THE ARMED FORCES OF THE UNITED KINGDOM IN SECURING THE STATE AGAINST TERRORISM  

The horror of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 led to worldwide condemnation. All parts of the world mourned the victims of the attacks with a sense of shared loss that was heightened by the fact that many of the victims were of nationalities other than ...Read more >

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INDIAS INTERNAL SECURITY CHALLENGES  

I deem it a privilege to be invited to deliver the IDSA Foundation Lecture. Since inception in November 1965, under the stewardship of the late Shri Y B Chavan and the subsequent direction provided by Shri K Subrahmanyam, former Director, the IDSA has acquired a ...Read more >

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THE ROLE OF ARMED FORCES IN INTERNAL SECURITY  

Concern recently has grown within the U.S. national security establishment that the natural protection from attack historically afforded by the nation’s enviable geographic isolation—long borders with stable neighbors to the north and south and large oceans to the east and west—may be coming to an ...Read more >

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NATIONAL GOVERNANCE AND INTERNAL SECURITY  

There is always a crucial link between “National Governance” and “Internal Security”. If Internal Security is not maintained Governance cannot be delivered and there would be grave threats to the very unity and integrity of the ...Read more >

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INTERNAL SECURITY  

The management of internal security is extremely complex as the internal security scenario is influenced by many factors including its historical legacy, geography, population size, quality of governance, sense of national unity and pride, economic development, poverty, socio-economic disparities and socio-cultural as well as ethno-religious ...Read more >

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INTERNAL SECURITY VITAL ROLE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY  

Defence and Secuirty Alert (DSA), May ...Read more >

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