Secret intelligence and global security

Drawing upon his many years of experience following the emergence of political Islam and the violence it spawned, Mark Huband’s coverage of the security, intelligence and terrorism issues which erupted onto the global agenda with the East African embassy bombings of 1998 and subsequently al-Qaeda’s attacks on the United States on 11 September 2001, is widely-recognised for its authoritativeness, clarity, exhaustive research and impeccable sourcing.

The challenge is coping with fear - June 24, 2005
The Risk Advisory Group: At the heart of a growing industry -
Sellafield leak puts spotlight on spent fuel sites - June 13, 2005
Police scoring own goals with raids that fail to bring results - May 31, 2005
Naval shipbuilding not falling below waves - May 17, 2005
X-rays that lead to Camp X-ray - May 10, 2005
The new terrorist profile: A home-grown process of radicalisation in Europe - May 6, 2005
Treasury raises pressure on arms trafficker - April 27, 2005
Ex-CIA man set to join UK security group - April 11, 2005
Kroll ‘spurned offer to run Guantánamo prison’ - March 26, 2005
ArmorGroup profits from work in Iraq - March 18, 2005
ArmorGroup protects country’s interest - February 3, 2005
Britons’ release throws up more Guantánamo doubts - January 28, 2005
Global security: Terrorism network puts down local roots - January 26, 2005
Rogue states: Suspicion of US blocks creation of consensus -
Pressure mounts over Guantánamo detainees - January 25, 2005
Banana rats fill void left by Camp X-Ray prisoners - January 24, 2005
Radical Muslims turn to words of war - January 20, 2005
Policing strategy aims to ‘prevent animosity’ -
Investors smell rewards amid terror fears - January 14, 2005
New head of reporting at MI6 to oversee intelligence analysis - January 12, 2005
UK prisoners to be moved from Guantánamo - January 10, 2005
US set to release most Guantánamo detainees - January 9, 2005
Treasury froze assets ‘to aid Saudi Arabia’ - December 29, 2004
MI6 and CIA seek to draw a line under very bad year - December 23, 2004
Al-Qaeda renews threat to hit Saudi oil - December 20, 2004
Ex-CIA officer dismisses reforms - December 11, 2004
Dock of the bay: Guantánamo Bay - December 10, 2004
Jeddah attackers ‘broke in through entrance for mail’ - December 7, 2004
Police suspected Hanson had links to Mafia - November 19, 2004
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