U.S. Space Force Focuses on Cyber Defense

September 23, 2020

Since its creation in June, the U.S. Space Force's top priority has been cyber defense, which, through space missions, will include using the $6,8 billion Air Force Satellite Control Network to neutralize adversary space missions responsible for cyber attacks.

Amnesty International: EU companies selling surveillance tools to China’s human rights abusers

September 23, 2020

According to Amnesty International, by selling digital surveillance technology to China’s public security agencies, including facial recognition and network cameras, technology companies are willing to risk widespread human rights abuses

Von der Leyen Seeks Universal Migration Plan for EU

September 23, 2020

After finding consensus for a Covid 19 recovery plan, European Commission President Ursula Von der Leyen seeks to create a common migration policy for all of Europe that she hopes will bring "together all aspects of migration, border management and screening, asylum and integration, and return and relations with international partners."

Al-Qaeda Has Global Reach Two Decades After 9/11

September 23, 2020

Two decades after the al-Qaeda led 9/11 terrorist attacks, the extremist Islamist organization has built a global network of jihadist groups whose aim is to destabilize states and are who are loyal to the global caliphate vision.

 

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  • 1,000 Chinese Student and Research Visas Revoked by U.S.

    September 21, 2020

    The United States has revoked more than 1,000 visas for Chinese nationals, suspending entry of students and researchers from China, a strategy which, according to Homeland Security Secretary Chad, focused on blocking visas for certain Chinese graduate students and researchers with ties to China’s military.

     
  • Washington Times: Chinese Progressive Association Helps Fund Black Lives Matter Initiative

    September 18, 2020

    Washington Times: The Black Futures Lab, a liberal initiative launched by a Black Lives Matter co-founder, lists as its financial sponsor the pro-China Chinese Progressive Association, raising questions about the extent of China’s support for the increasingly powerful protest movement.

     
  • U.S. Space Force Focuses on Cyber Defense

    September 17, 2020

    Since its creation in June, the U.S. Space Force's top priority has been cyber defense, which, through space missions, will include using the $6,8 billion Air Force Satellite Control Network to neutralize adversary space missions responsible for cyber attacks.

     
 
 
  • Von der Leyen Seeks Universal Migration Plan for EU

    September 23, 2020

    After finding consensus for a Covid 19 recovery plan, European Commission President Ursula Von der Leyen seeks to create a common migration policy for all of Europe that she hopes will bring "together all aspects of migration, border management and screening, asylum and integration, and return and relations with international partners."

     
  • EU Plans to Take on Human Rights Abusers

    September 21, 2020

    Amid a global assault on human rights stretching from Belarus to Hong Kong to Yemen, Europe's chief executive, Ursula von der Leyen, announced in her first-ever State of the Union speech that she will bring forth a European Magnitsky Act, a sanctions framework modeled after a U.S. law that restricts malign actors' access to travel and the global financial system.

     
  • The Daily Mail: Tens of Thousands of British Expat Accounts to be Closed Post-Brexit

    September 21, 2020

    Tens of thousands of British banking customers who live in Europe are to be stripped of their accounts and credit cards, after the UK Government failed to guarantee a continuation of pan-European banking rules post-Brexit.