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The overthrow of Moammar Gadhafi's regime in Libya is being called a model for cooperative regime change. Unless the United States and its allies work to shape the successor government in Tripoli, it may turn into a model for post-conflict failure.
The Pentagon is more successful in using deception operations against closed societies like China and Iran but is careful to avoid "blowback" disinformation that reaches U.S. society, a Pentagon official said on Wednesday.
Al Qaeda's affiliates and sympathizers around the world are growing more dangerous while the terror network's central core in Afghanistan and Pakistan has become "much weaker and less capable" over the past 10 years, U.S. intelligence chiefs told Congress on Tuesday.
The Obama administration declared Tuesday it wouldn't allow the brazen assault on the U.S. Embassy and other buildings in Kabul to deter the American mission in Afghanistan, warning the attackers that they would be pursued relentlessly.
America's top two intelligence officials on Tuesday said al Qaeda is weaker and U.S. intelligence agencies smarter since the Sept. 11 attacks — but the terrorists are nowhere near to giving up.
The military officer overseeing the prosecution of Khalid Sheik Mohammed is taking a go-slow approach that would bring the confessed Sept. 11 mastermind to trial months, or perhaps years, from now.
The U.S. military and the CIA failed to agree on implementing a key recommendation of the commission that investigated the 9/11 terrorist attacks: Give special-operations commandos the lead for all covert military action.
History shows not just that wars are inevitable but that we do a poor job of predicting them.
A pair of suicide bombers attacked a top army officer in Pakistan's southwestern city of Quetta on Wednesday, missing him but killing his wife. At least 22 others died, including several guards, a senior officer and two children, officials said.