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.

Terror focus ‘ignores other threats to investment’ - November 18, 2004
Europe ponders roots of radicalisation - November 17, 2004
Dutch suspect real tension is political - November 15, 2004
Van Gogh killing ‘highlights risk from home-grown terrorists - November 11, 2004
Bin Laden tape recalls pre-election attacks - October 30, 2004
Saddam’s soldiers reinforce insurgent ranks - October 28, 2004
Pentagon withdraws two members of Guantánamo panel after complaints - October 23, 2004
Iraqi insurgents’ al-Qaeda ploy ‘aimed at US vote’ - October 19, 2004
Untried Guantanamo prisoners count the hours - October 9, 2004
Attacks bore marks of al-Qaeda -
Blow for Goss as ally resigns new CIA post - October 5, 2004
Rumsfeld softens claims of al-Qaeda link to Iraq -
US officer predicts Guantánamo releases - October 4, 2004
US pledges to streamline visa procedure - September 17, 2004
Security measures ‘buying time’ before new plot, says Ridge -
Al-Qaeda chief ideologue predicts America’s defeat - September 11, 2004
MI6 searches for cover as it prepares for onslaught - July 10, 2004
Iraq arms claim ‘not supported’ - July 8, 2004
Inquiry will confirm that Iraq sought uranium - July 7, 2004
Airline travel safety worries persist - July 5, 2004
Greater shared access to sensitive knowledge is proposed - June 30, 2004
Global intelligence partnership planned - June 29, 2004
Evidence of Niger uranium trade ‘years before war’ - June 28, 2004
Intelligence backs claims Iraq had talks on uranium -
Web sends call for jihad round the globe in moments - June 17, 2004
IAEA tackles Iran on nuclear imports - June 15, 2004
Interpol urges more sharing of terror intelligence - June 8, 2004
Liberia’s ousted regime ‘smuggled arms by air’ - June 3, 2004
Report casts doubt on Iran’s nuclear claims - June 2, 2004
Police scoring own goals with raids that fail to bring results - May 31, 2004
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