M. Bagher Ghalibaf
A rival of president Mahmud Ahmadinejad in the 2005 elections, [...]
The European EULEX mission that calls for the assignment of between 1,800 and 2,000 police officers, customs officials and magistrates [...]
On the heels of a first attempt to mediate between Syria and its adversaries last November, Jordanian king Abdallah II made his way back to Damascus last week.
The head of the French police intelligence agency's Section Nationale de Recherches Operationelle (SNRO), chief superintendent Arnaud Vieules, was suspended [...]
Because of France's ties with the future head of Kosovo's government, Paris finds itself in a position to play down the latter's call for unilateral independence.
The brother-in-law of Kim Jong-il has become head of North Korean intelligence and is positioning himself to take over as leader if the need arises.
The new French government appears to have dropped its previous idea of forming a national security council.
To set up its secure intranet, the French government opted for a closed system (no access by the Internet) and [...]
A recent spate of blunders by the French police intelligence agency Renseignements Generaux (for instance, an investigation into Bruno Rebelle, [...]
While the battle on the political front between the two leading candidates in the coming French presidential ballot, the Socialist Party's Ségolène Royal and the center-right flag-bearer Nicholas Sarkozy, is getting rougher and tougher, their experts seem paradoxically to be [.
The director of France's domestic intelligence agency DST, Pierre de [...]
The business intelligence firm CEIS and the European Commission are [...]
With presidential elections scheduled for next April in France, a bitter struggle between businessmen within the current center-right majority has been exacerbated by rivalry between incumbent president Jacques Chirac and his interior minister, Nicolas Sarkozy.