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China Reform Monitor - No. 959
Bulletins - April 17, 2012
 

PLA claims it's a victim of cyberattacks; 

CPC forms monastery management agency for Tibet
 
Eurasia Security Watch - No. 256
Bulletins - March 29, 2012
 

Egyptian MP proposes "Islamic" punishments; Increasing Russian weapons exports to Syria; Resumption of U.S.-Yemen Counterterrorism training causes stir; Turkey's new cyber security strategy for 2013; Independence for Eastern Libya?

 
MTN has no business aiding terror in Iran Allegations that SA cellphone company helps regime persecute opposition
Articles - March 24, 2012
 

MTN has a corporate responsibility to cease doing business with Iran and colluding with a state sponsor of terror that uses its technology to track, silence and kill its people. The South African government should take immediate action to prevent this abuse of the telecommunications industry.

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1759
Bulletins - January 19, 2012
 

 Continuing protests, and the Kremlin's response;

U.S., Russia to expand cooperation in cyberspace
 
Iran Democracy Monitor - No. 114
Bulletins - January 13, 2012
 

 Wooing Afghanistan; Sanctions Drive Iranian Rial Downward; A Falling Out with Al-Jazeera; Iran's Newest Energy Partner; A New Cyber-Clampdown

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1753
Bulletins - December 14, 2011
 

 Russia, the international lender?;

Finally, WTO membership within reach
 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1752
Bulletins - December 13, 2011
 

 Strongarm tactics ahead of parliamentary polls;

An Arctic boondoggle?
 
Iranian Cyberwar
Articles - September 12, 2011
 

Does the Islamic Republic of Iran pose a cyber threat to the United States? On the surface, the idea seems far-fetched. Squeezed by sanctions over its nuclear ambitions, suffering from widespread social malaise and weathering unprecedented divisions among its leadership, Iran hardly seems an imminent threat to the U.S. homeland - even if it does pose a vexing challenge to American interests in the greater Middle East.

Yet mounting indicators suggest that Iran's leadership is actively contemplating cyberwarfare against America and its allies.

 
A Smarter Kind Of Counterterrorism
Articles - November 4, 2010
 

It’s a tried-and-true tenet of warfare, showcased throughout centuries of combat, that it is a great deal easier to attack than to defend. Attacking forces have the luxury of setting the time, the place and the means by which conflict is joined, while defenders are forced to anticipate the actions and objectives of their adversaries—or suffer the consequences.

In the age of modern terrorism, those consequences could mean another 9/11, or worse. And while the United States has fared better than most in thwarting these kind of attacks (the Heritage Foundation
estimates that the U.S. government has successfully foiled over 30 significant terrorist plots since September 2001), talk to any counterterrorism professional and you’ll come away with the impression that America, like its allies abroad, is still very much playing defense.

 
Eurasia Security Watch - No. 226
Bulletins - August 20, 2010
 

Israel and Lebanon clash at the border; Arming the Saudis; Terror title shifts to South Asia; IMU leader Yuldashev dead