12/02/13 10:12 AM
Cyber-security and use of forensic sciences to determine accuracy of criminal investigations will be the focus of the India-US police chiefs conference to be held here from Dec 4. The conference, which will be attended by a US delegation consisting of police chiefs from major cities and their...
By Michael Barone | 11/27/13 01:31 PM
Not many foreign policy experts would argue with the proposition that the country with which the United States has the most problematic relationship is Pakistan. Most Americans, when they have thought about it, have taken a similar view since Osama bin Laden was killed in a raid by Navy SEAL...
By Associated Press | 11/12/13 09:58 AM
China and India are increasingly driving world energy demand as the United States' production boom puts it on track to become independent of the global market, the International Energy Agency said Tuesday.
By James Jay Carafano | 11/08/13 06:54 AM
America is already fighting in cyberspace. Look for more, not fewer, engagements in the years ahead. But the Pentagon should worry less about a cyber Pearl Harbor and more about losing the daily slog in the cyber-trenches. The cyber threat is a serious national security issue. Indeed, it’s a...
By Richard Pollock | 11/07/13 02:17 PM
Users of the healthcare.gov website may face increased security and privacy risks, thanks to the lead contractor's extensive reliance on foreign nationals working in the U.S. on specialty visas whose backgrounds are difficult to verify. Columbia, Md.-based QSSI — the lead systems integrator...
By Grace-Marie Turner | 11/05/13 09:02 PM
India has seen dramatic economic growth following adoption of free-trade and economic liberalization policies two decades ago, but its current approach to intellectual property protection could suffocate its potential as a future world economic power. Intellectual property is a cornerstone of...
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