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December 2013 News
- Defense contracts in NEPA disappearing By James Haggerty The Standard Speaker 22 Dec 2013 -- Those are pretty big drops," said John Pike, a director at GlobalSecurity.org, a defense policy think tank in Alexandria, Va. "Spending is going to continue to go down, though probably not at those percentage rates.
- Pentagon Downplays Near-Collision in South China Sea by Luis Ramirez Voice of America 16 December 2013 -- Defense analyst Tim Brown at globalsecurity.org recalls the 2001 mid-air collision of a U.S. surveillance aircraft and a Chinese fighter jet over Hainan island that sparked attacks on the U.S. Embassy in Beijing.
- Jang Song Thaek: From powerful uncle to 'scum' By Leela Jacinto France 24 13 December 2013 -- According to the US-based website, GlobalSecurity.org, the three-year fall from grace was due to allegations that Jang was attempting to accumulate power.
- IEDs won't die after Afghanistan, top general says By Tom Vanden Brook USA Today 13 December 2013 -- JIEDDO, or an agency like it, will be required to retain expertise in defending against the makeshift bombs, said Francois Boo, a military analyst at GlobalSecurity.org, a defense policy organization.