Who are the “Trustworthy” Suppliers?
In the years ahead the Pentagon could radically alter its attitude towards suppliers of strategic technologies by narrowing the perceived difference between domestic and foreign suppliers. [...]
The Defense Intelligence Agency is the US intelligence agency that gathers and processes military operational intelligence. Its mission is to help the US military detect and predict the moves of other armed forces. It was considerably strengthened in the wake of the 9/11 attacks.
The American administration and the Syrian government have been relying in recent weeks on back-door diplomacy deployed by powerful political and financial networks to help them negotiate an agreement on Iraq that bypasses the crisis over the assassination of former [...]
What critical technologies manufactured overseas could leave the American military at a loss if the supply were suddenly cut off? A panel of experts set up on behalf of the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) will try to come up with the answer. [...]
The high visibility of ambassador John Negroponte who took over in April as Director of National Intelligence (DNI) in the American media shouldn’t overshadow the powerful administrative service his principle deputy (DDNI), Air Force general Michael Hayden, is putting together. [...]
Candidate for the top job at the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) starting from next January, lieutenant-general Wallace Gregson has been hammering away at the U.S. administration's anti-terrorism policy for long months. Commander of the US Marine Corps in the Pacific [...]