Unclassified_2015_ATA_SFR_-_SASC_FINAL The Director of National Intelligence’s Statement For The Record Of The U.S. Intelligence Community’s Worldwide Threat Assessment, Feb. 26, 2015,before the Senate Armed Services Committee can be downloaded from the link above; or, go to the Director of National Intelligence website and you can download from their webpage. V/R, RCP

Arms Control for a Cyber Age New York Times, Feb. 26, Pg. A26 | Editorial A recently disclosed document from the National Security Agency about the escalation of cyber attacks between the United States and Iran presents a chilling summary of how swiftly cyber warfare developed from the first salvos against Iran’s nuclear program a […]

Cyber-Armageddon Less Likely Than Predicted, Clapper Says Bloomberg, Feb. 25 | Tony Capaccio WASHINGTON — A single cyber-attack that cripples U.S. infrastructure is less likely than a succession of costly computer attacks, according to the nation’s top intelligence official. “Rather than a ‘cyber-Armageddon’ scenario that debilitates the entire U.S. infrastructure, we envision something different,” James […]

BREAKING NEWS: Islamic State Militant Known As ‘Jihadi John’ Identified http://www.fortunascorner.wordpress.com Numerous news outlets are reporting that the notorious Islamic State militant known as ‘Jihadi John,’ — who has appeared in numerous beheading videos — has been unmasked and his identity is now known by British authorities. The British citizen’s name is Mohammad Emwazi, of […]

Kissinger Fears Iran Talks Will Lead to Nuclear Mideast Image: WSJ: Kissinger Fears Iran Talks Will Lead to Nuclear MideastFormer Secretary of State Dr. Henry Kissinger. (Molly Riley/UPI/Landov) Tuesday, 10 Feb 2015 09:39 AM By Melissa Clyne What began as talks by an international coalition to deny Iran a military nuclear option has devolved to […]

North Korea Resumes Tests for Smaller Missile Warheads North Korea has resumed high-explosive tests believed to be aimed at making smaller and more powerful warheads for ballistic missiles, a government source said Wednesday. The North conducted no fewer than 139 high-explosive tests between the early 1980s until 2002. Intelligence officials here believe North Korea’s next […]

A time-honored practice. RCP Excerpt: The report said OMM managed to keep operations afloat-despite U.N. sanctions-in at least 10 countries, using shell companies and middlemen in Brazil, China, Egypt, Greece, Japan, Malaysia, Peru, Russia, Singapore and Thailand. The Security Council already has a series of sanctions in force against North Korea over its nuclear program […]


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