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John O. Brennan to join the Obama-Biden Transition Team

"John O. Brennan, the President and CEO of The Analysis Corporation (TAC), a wholly owned subsidiary of Global Strategies Group (North America) Inc. has been named as a Team Lead for the Intelligence Community Review. Mr. Brennan previously served as a Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) official from 1980-2005, including positions such as the interim Director of the National Counterterrorism Center, Director of the Terrorist Threat Integration Center, Deputy Executive Director of the CIA, Chief of Staff to the Director of Central Intelligence, CIA Station Chief in Middle East and the CIA's daily intelligence briefer at the White House." More >


WebLOQ and The Analysis Corporation (TAC) Partner to Deliver Best-In-Breed Products and Services

WebLOQ, a leading developer of ePrivacy solutions, and The Analysis Corporation, a premier provider of information technology (IT) solutions and intelligence analysis, are pleased to announce that they will be collaborating on efforts to bring best-in-breed solutions to customers in their combined markets.
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The Conundrum of Iran: Strengthening Moderates without Acquiescing to Belligerence

By John Brennan

"Iran will continue to be a major player on the world stage in the decades ahead, and its policies and activities will have a significant and enduring impact on a wide variety of near- and long-term U.S. interests, including efforts to stabilize Iraq and Afghanistan. With a population of more than 70 million, control over more than 10 percent of the world’s proven oil reserves and 15 percent of the natural gas reserves, the potential to restart a nuclear weapons program, and a capability to instigate trouble throughout..."
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Mission over Mechanism: Reorganizing the Intelligence Community to Meet the Challenge of Asymmetric Warfare

By Diana Raschke

"Reorganizing the Intelligence Community to Meet the Challenge of Asymmetric Warfare
In the age of asymmetric warfare, intelligence is tantamount to national defense. Our terrorist adversaries are too dispersed to destroy and too fanatical to deter. Our best hope of security is accurate, timely, accessible information and actionable analysis. We need to organize the Intelligence Community (IC) by mission—not collection mechanism—to take full advantage of our technical proficiency and analytic expertise..." More >

Top 50 Books on Terrorism & Counterterrorism
Available in the on-line journal Perspectives on Terrorism.
By Joshua Sinai

"Terrorist rebellions, in all their configurations, constitute the primary warfare threats facing the international community. This was especially the case following September 2001, when al-Qaeda demonstrated that it had world class ambitions to inflict catastrophic damages on its adversaries. In other conflicts, such as the Palestinian-Israeli arena, terrorist targeting is primarily localized, although as demonstrated by Hizballah’s rocket and guerrilla warfare against Israel in summer 2006, even localized conflicts have regional and international repercussions." More >