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Despite Trump’s Rhetoric, U.S. Defense Firms Pitch Moving Production To India

Posted by Paul McLeary on


As big defense firms line up to pitch their fighter planes to India, the government of Narendra Modi is demanding they build in India, something that might be at odds with the Trumpian America First philosophy.

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Mark Esper, Washington Insider, Will Be Quiet Army Secretary

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


WASHINGTON: Third time’s (hopefully) the charm for the Trump Administration when it comes to candidates for Army Secretary. After the withdrawals of Vincent Viola, a billionaire with no government experience, and Mark Green, a Tennessee politician with a controversial track record, Trump has picked an experienced Washington insider, Mark Esper. Esper probably is unlikely to… Keep reading →

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HPSCI Chair Thinks New Threat May Rekindle Cyber Bill; Slams White House On Executive Order

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


WASHINGTON: Rep. Mike Rogers, chairman of the House intelligence committee, slammed the administration’s cybersecurity approach today but expressed guarded optimism that his own stalled legislation — which the White House has threatened to veto — might be revived when Congress reconvenes after the election. “There was a very good meeting with some members of the… Keep reading →

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NSA’s Alexander Courts Chamber Of Commerce On Cybersecurity

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


WASHINGTON: NSA director and Cyber Command chief Gen. Keith Alexander stepped into the lion’s den today to address the Chamber of Commerce, which helped kill cybersecurity legislation Alexander had strongly backed. Over and over, Alexander reassured the business-dominated audience at the Chamber’s cybersecurity conference today that the government sought to work together with industry as… Keep reading →

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