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CIA Base in Afghanistan: Day in the Life


It has been almost 14 years since the attacks of 9/11/2001, and during that time, America’s intelligence professionals at the CIA, mostly from the Counterterrorism Center and the Near East View More ›

America’s Rudderless Foreign Policy


Has anyone ever stopped to actually ask what it is that America wants to accomplish with our foreign policy? What are our long-term goals? What is our strategy to achieve View More ›

On The Germanwings Flight 9525 Tragedy


In response to the crash of Germanwings Flight 9525, the team at Fighter Sweep is providing excellent and thoughtful coverage of the tragedy from the perspective of the military aviator and civilian airlines pilot.

Gagauzia: Another Eastern European Pressure Point


On March 22, voters in Moldova’s autonomous region of Gagauzia went to the polls to select their next governor (also known as a bashkan). Pro-Russian (and self-avowedly independent) candidate Irina View More ›

Germany to form Jack Bauer’s CTU?


The terrorist attacks in Paris, Copenhagen, and most recently in Tunis have compelled the German Federal Minister of the Interior, Thomas De Maizière, to promote the idea of a new View More ›

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