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Last week, AEI’s Critical Threats Project in partnership with Norse Corporation released, “The growing cyberthreat from Iran: The initial report of Project Pistachio Harvest.” For the praise, thank you to all the insightful readers who appreciated the work and the information.  For the more serious critiques, some clarity.

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Covering a tech or cyber story today? Here’s the latest from the experts on these topics.

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Covering a defense story today? Here’s the latest from the experts on the AEI defense team.

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A new study shows that malicious Iranian cyber activity against the US has increased significantly since the beginning of 2014, and we must expect that the threat will continue to grow. But it is not too late to prepare to counter it.

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Director of U.S. National Intelligence James Clapper (R) listens to CIA Director John Brennan (L) during testimony at the House Intelligence Committee on "Worldwide Threats", in Washington February 4, 2014.

The reforms announced by CIA Director John Brennan may prove beneficial, but, at the end of the day, even the best intelligence can’t overcome a reluctant president.

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Rogue regimes—governments and groups that eschew diplomatic normality, sponsor terrorism, and proliferate nuclear weapons—threaten the United States around the globe.

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Director of the Critical Threats Project at the American Enterprise Institute, Fred Kagan is a foreign policy strategist and military historian. In this conversation, Kagan and Kristol discuss the strategy for the troop surge in Iraq in 2006/07, which Kagan helped devise.

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Days after gunmen reigned terror in France, more answers are emerging in the case while many remain uncertain.

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President Obama is determined to close Guantanamo Bay by the time he leaves office but Congress made it virtually impossible to move any detainees to prisons on American soil. With increasing cases of terrorists getting radicalized in prison there is big fear that Guantanamo detainees can return to the fight.

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