10/23/2009 - Some London neighborhoods are set to look a little more like Northern Ireland as elite paramilitary police hit the streets of specific neighborhoods marked by high levels of gang-related violence, reports The Telegraph.
10/22/2009 - The Dutch government on Tuesday told representatives from U.S. security companies that it's open for business and offered a new initiative to help them succeed in the Dutch and European marketplace.
10/22/2009 - The Pakistani government has closed the country's schools to protect educational institutions after twin suicide bombings ripped through the International Islamic University (IIU) earlier this week.
07/27/2009 - The discovery that a self-radicalized man from Long Island, New York, traveled to Pakistan to fight with al Qaeda has raised concerns among counterterrorism officials that other self-radicalized militants could follow a similar path, reports the Los Angeles Times.
03/24/2009 - Terrorism, piracy, corruption, and drug-fueled violence were the top overseas security threats to America’s private sector in 2008, according to the State Department’s Overseas Security Advisory Council.
11/18/2008 - Citizens of 34 foreign countries may now visit the United States for three months without a visa; while the travel and hospitality industries are thrilled, one U.S. senator calls the waiver program a national Achilles' heel.
09/23/2008 - Anti-proliferation efforts are starting to focus on the financial networks that enable rogue states and terrorist groups to acquire weapons of mass destruction. Get the original report from the Financial Action Task Force.