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Covert Operations and National Security

Circle Of Insight Productions

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Welcome to covert actions and national security podcast. Welcome to covert and national security podcast. A podcast where we discuss a spectrum of activities concerning covert operations, intelligence, counterintelligence, unconventional warfare, assassination issues, espionage spy craft technology and more. Enter the operational world with Dr. Carlos
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CNA’s experts understand today’s complex and dynamic national security environments. On CNA Talks, you’ll find analysis of globe-shaping conflicts, foreign policy and shifting alliances, regional breakdowns, pandemics and other health crises, environmental disasters, homeland security concerns, and the future of strategic competition. Follow CNA Talks to go behind the headlines and learn from data-driven, objective, discussions on the factors shaping today’s national security landscape.
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National Security Law Today

National Security Law Today

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National Security Law Today brings legal experts discussing the hot topics and current issues in the world of national security law right to your phone. Get information and advice for lawyers, law students or interested parties who want to dig deeper into the law that protects the country.
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National Security This Week

Jon Olson | KYMN News

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Host Jon Olson, US Navy (Ret.) Interviews different experts to learn about current and historical events with a focus on national security. Topic's include: the economy, climate change, cyber security, nuclear weapons, intelligence operations, and more. New episodes released Wednesdays.
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Unlock a world of valuable insights and thought-provoking discussions related to the Intelligence Community (CIA, NSA, NGA, FBI, Military Intelligence). Join Nick, a successful entrepreneur and business leader, on his journey to discover a world of INTELLIGENCE in all facets of our lives. As an Army Veteran with expertise in geospatial Intelligence Operations, and multiple successful businesses and investments across a variety of industries, including technology, defense, real estate, crypto ...
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Security Nation Podcast

Electronic Security Association - ESA

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Security Nation Podcast is hosted by ESA, and it brings the voice of the electronic security and life safety industry to you! Host Hannah Boone brings on security pros to discuss best practices, real-life experiences, industry forecasts, and more on this monthly podcast. It's the ever-present voice in an ever-changing industry.
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National Cyber Security Radio gives the hottest topics in cyber security news and reveals all the Fake News by other experts. Topics include, hacker for hire murders, how to make money cyber security, should you get your college degree or certification in cyber security, plus over 20 over topics. Execute Produced by one of the world’s most known and respected Ex-hacker Gregory Evans (GregoryDEvans.com) listeners will not be disappointed.
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DoD Secure-Working with National Industrial Security Program

jeffrey W. Bennett, ISP, SAPPC, SFPC, ISOC

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Interviews and topics centering on security clearances and protecting classified information according to the National Industrial Security Clearance Operating Manual (NISPOM).Did you know that employees with security clearances make up to 15% more than their counterparts? But many people don't apply for security clearance jobs because they are worried about their past and others don't apply because they don't understand the process.Insider's Guide to Security Clearances answers your question ...
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In this deep and incisive study, General David Petraeus, who commanded the US-led coalitions in both Iraq, during the Surge, and Afghanistan and former CIA director, and the prize-winning historian Andrew Roberts, explore over 70 years of conflict, drawing significant lessons and insights from their fresh analysis of the past. Drawing on their diff…
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Why is it important to include young voices in policymaking? Would commitments to long-term policymaking at a multilateral level push Australia and other countries to apply these principles domestically? Can state-based wellbeing frameworks guide national decision-making in Australia? In this episode, Sophie Howe and Caitlin Figueiredo join Dayle S…
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The Russia‑Ukraine war marks the first large‑scale deployment and use of conventional ballistic and cruise missile technology. Because of this, the theater has become a test bed for missile technology and strategy and has revealed the strengths and weaknesses of contemporary missile forces and doctrines. In this episode, Fabien Hoffman and Gabriela…
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As law students across the country prepare to graduate this spring, what might a career in national security law have in store for them? This week, we're recasting an episode from last September, featuring arms control expert and Professor of Law at Georgetown University, David Koplow. Together with Elisa, David guides us through the history of WMD…
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Hello, is this thing on? Check one, check two…testing, testing. We’re good? Alright alright alright… It’s been 100 days between shows. Thought maybe the world might be calmer if we waited a bit, but no such luck! We are, however, very glad to be back on the air with a fresh (and rather long!) episode. Tune in for topics including: Israel & Hamas Uk…
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The Middle East remains one of the world’s most complicated, thorny—and, uncharitably, unstable—parts of the world, as countless headlines make clear. Internal strife, regional competition and external interventions have been the region’s history for the past several decades. Robert Kaplan—author, foreign policy thinker, longtime writer on internat…
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From Afghanistan to Angola, Indonesia to Iran, and Colombia to Congo, violent reactions erupt, states collapse, and militaries relentlessly pursue operations doomed to fail. And yet, no useful theory exists to explain this common tragedy. All over the world, people and states clash violently outside their established political systems, as unfulfill…
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In this episode, we sit down with Kirk MacDowell, Dean Belisle, Kelly Bond, Jordan Burnsed, Nick English, and Greg Simmons to discuss the contested election for the Associate Director position on ESA's Board of Directors election. From there, Kirk interviews each candidate about their background in the industry and what they would bring to the tabl…
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What is the role of intelligence with respect to policy-making and national security? What is the concept of ‘truth to power’ and is it the right approach for intelligence assessment? Should intelligence agencies to be more public and open about their threat assessments? What is the role of open-source intelligence (OSINT) in the intelligence commu…
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This week, host Elisa dives into the latest national security headlines, from happiness surveys and foreign influence on social media, to AI guidance across the U.S. financial services sector. References: Israel Has Killed a Top Hamas Commander in Gaza. It Took Five Months. WSJ. March 20, 2024 Managing Artificial Intelligence-Specific Cybersecurity…
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Why is the 2024 election so important for the Solomon Islands and what is the future of democracy in the country? What is the state of the Australia-Solomon Islands relationship in a post-RAMSI era? Can Australia be more ambitious in its provision of development assistance to the Solomon Islands? In this episode, Edward Cavanough joins Rory Medcalf…
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In honor of Civic Learning Week 2024, this week host Elisa is joined by Dr. Michael Feuer, Dean of the Graduate School of Education and Human Development at George Washington University. Together, they dive into the importance of reinforcing early civic education, how technology has changed the way we listen to others, as well as other overarching …
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Military operations in the physical domains all depend on the cyber domain. To ensure the success of traditional naval capabilities, the Navy and Marine Corps must project power in and through cyberspace while defending their systems and assets from adversary cyber capabilities. The side that most effectively sequences and synchronizes cyber effect…
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Since its founding in 1995, the FSB, Russia's Federal Security Service, has regained the majority of the domestic security functions of the Soviet-era KGB. Under Vladimir Putin, who served as FSB director just before becoming president, the agency has grown to be one of the most powerful and favored organizations in Russia. The FSB not only conduct…
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Global adoption of the Internet has exploded, yet we are only beginning to understand the Internet's profound political consequences. Authoritarian states are digitally catching up with their democratic counterparts, and both are showing a growing interest in the use of cyber controls--online censorship and surveillance technologies--that allow gov…
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Why is the EU stepping up its engagement in the Indo-Pacific? In what ways does the EU collaborate with sub-regions within the Indo-Pacific? How can it diversify its relationship with Australia? And how does the EU reconcile with perceptions of it as a neo-colonial character in the Indo-Pacific? In this episode, Richard Tibbels joins Rory Medcalf t…
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On February 28th, President Biden signed Executive Order 14117 on "Preventing Access to Americans’ Bulk Sensitive Personal Data and United States Government-Related Data by Countries of Concern." This week, host Elisa is joined by friend-of-the-cast Alex Joel to breakdown the key actions within this EO, what types of data the DOJ may restrict, what…
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In a world of geopolitical uncertainty, what is the significance of the recent ASEAN-Australia Special Summit? What realistically can be achieved between Australia and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)? And what are the diplomatic and security challenges facing ASEAN nations? In this episode, Pichamon Yeophanton, Huong Le Thu and D…
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In an age when the risks of cyberattacks are increasingly clear, the Zero Trust security model, built on the principle of “never trust, always verify,” is the new standard for cyber security. Like many organizations, CNA is working to implement the model throughout our organization. Rizwan Jan, CNA’s Chief Information Officer, and cybersecurity exp…
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What do the foundations of the Warsaw Pact teach us about the modern Russian attitude towards the west? This week, host Elisa is joined by Simon Miles, diplomatic historian and Assistant Professor for Slavic and Eurasian studies at the Sandford School of Public Policy at Duke University. Together they discuss the history of the Warsaw Pact, its arc…
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In this episode, we sit down with Aiden O'Brien, Executive Director of the Foundation for Advancing Security Talent (FAST), to discuss the workforce shortage issues our industry faces, the 2024 Industry Compensation Study, and FAST's mission to address these challenges. To learn more about FAST visit - www./advancingsecurity.org Make sure to subcri…
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How does the Women, Peace and Security (WPS) agenda apply to space policy? Why is better integration of the WPS agenda into the space sector crucial for Australia? And how does Australia compare to its international peers in this area? In this episode, Cassandra Steer and Elise Stephenson join Danielle Ireland-Piper to discuss the importance of inc…
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Power Structures in International Politics (Low 8, 2023) presents an original perspective on the dynamics underlying world events, approaching international relations through the lens of computational science. It explains how states accumulate political power and how this competition leads to resource conflict, coalition building, imperialism, the …
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