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North Korean Denuclearization Potentially Moving In ‘Positive Direction’: Gen. Hyten

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Korean Central News Agency

“Things are moving (in) a positive direction,” Gen. Hyten said of North Korean, while Russia’s new 2-megaton underwater drone “does not change” the strategic balance.

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North Korea Won’t Give Nukes Up ‘At Any Price:’ Top Korea Intel Officer

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OMAHA: The deep fissures over how to solve our knottiest national security problem, North Korea’s development of nuclear weapons, were on full display here this afternoon as the government’s top expert said Kim Jong-un “does not intend to negotiate those capabilities away at any price.” Markus Garlauskas, the North Korea officer for the Director of… Keep reading →

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Hyten Outlines STRATCOM Overhaul; Nukes Sooner For F-35?

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OMAHA: Strategic Command chief Gen. John Hyten today confirmed, more than two months after news first broke of a shift, that he’s ordered a series of sweeping changes at STRATCOM. Basically, he got rid of the Joint Functional Component Commands for space, global strike, cyber, integrated missile defense, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance and whittled them… Keep reading →

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Cyber Command Presses For More Cyberwar Authority

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Omaha: The head of both NSA and Cyber Command called today for more authorities to protect and defend America’s cyber networks, presumably an indication the Pentagon feels the need for the right to engage in offensive cyber operations. “We have to have more authority to defend ourselves in cyberspace,” Gen. Keith Alexander told roughly 1,000… Keep reading →

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