Lee Van Arsdale
Almost exclusively staffed by veterans of the U.S. Delta Force, [...]
A consortium headed by the American engineering group Bechtel has [...]
Former director for reconstruction and infrastructure at the Coalition Provisional [...]
The principle deputy assistant secretary of state for inter-American affairs [...]
In hiring Alastair Morrison, founder of DSL, Kroll has emerged as a rival to the leading international security groups.
The Israeli conglomerate Merhav has just renewed the account it has had for 10 years with the U.S. firm Cassidy & Associates which defends the group's interests in Washington and Central Asia.
If one wants to win a contract for the reconstruction in Iraq one could hardly do better than approach a [...]
A State Department contractor has informed Intelligence Online about a classified document that outlines a plan to reconstruct Iraq such Colin Powell's staff defines the effort.
Ex-president Bill Clinton’s pardons-for-cash scandal is only the tip of an iceberg that reveals close connections between the Washington establishment [...]
A confidential memo from the Russian embassy in Ankara provides a clear measure of how much pressure officials in charge [...]
A violent dispute flared up between Quatar foreign minister Hamad Ben Jassem al-Thani and his Kuwaiti and Saudi Arabian counterparts during the 50th session of the Arab League which took place in Cairo on 27-29 March.
Nizar Hamdoon was recently named permanent representative of Iraq to the UN in New-York, replacing Abul-Amir al-Anbari who will now [...]
The American FBI suspects that a Tel Aviv-based Israeli money laundering ring which is processing as much as $200 million [...]