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Cooperation on the Border

- As drug gangs increase their violent attacks in Mexico, the United States seeks ways in which it can help address the problem.

Fighting Online Hate

- A Canadian group offers popular games on its Web site to inoculate kids against Internet hate: CyberSense and Nonsense: The Second Adventure of The Three CyberPigs and Allies and Aliens: A Mission in Critical Thinking.

Strategies for Protecting Intellectual Property

- Criminal counterfeiting and piracy cost domestic companies an estimated $200 to $250 billion a year in lost revenues, according to a new publication from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

Internet Hate: A Tough Problem to Combat

- The advent of Web 2.0 technologies is making it easier for extremists to spread hate.

Staying Secure While Saving the World's Wildlife

- Much like other international NGOs, the World Wildlife Fund is implementing new security standards and formalizing international security policies and procedures.

Hard and Soft Power in Africa

- To strengthen its presence in Africa, the U.S. military has established a dedicated command for the continent.

Cooperating for Security in Pan-Asia

- As more American business do business in Asia, the State Department has launched a new forum to address security challenges in the region.

Has U.K. Security Officer Regulation Been a Success?

- The agency the British government created to regulate private security officers has suffered some embarrassing scandals in its short history.

Robbers Can't Bank on Lax Security

- Banks in Mexico have spent over $200 million to upgrade security since 2003. Find out how improvements in CCTV coverage, increased training, and other measures have helped to reduce robberies.

Nuclear Security

-  The World Institute for Nuclear Security hopes to help secure the world's nuclear and radioactive materials.

Al Qaeda Support

-  Support for al Qaeda and its violent tactics is on the decline among many Muslims, according to the Pew Research Center’s 2008 Global Attitudes survey.

A New Group Targets Nuclear Security

-  Pakistan's continued instability and Iran's efforts to become a nuclear nation again arises concern over nuclear proliferation. 

Outlook Alters Terrorism Tactics

- A new survey shows that support for al Qaeda’s violent methods is waning in some Muslim countries.
 




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