Richard Clarke

Richard Clarke says the bureau just wants to set a precedent in its pursuit of Apple.
Some degree of blame for the 9/11 attacks must be added to that list of catastrophic blunders known as the George W. Bush administration. That list already includes some degree of blame for the culminating disaster of his presidency, the 2008 global financial collapse.
The fact remains that if we didn't see enemy soldiers as "murdering terrorists" lacking the human emotions and rights of our own troops, and enemy civilians as "collateral damage" whose deaths are automatically the fault of all who resist us, then there couldn't be a drone program.
"We may very well find that we are fighting, on some occasions, the same people that [Assad] is, but that doesn't make us
"I think things that they authorized probably fall within the area of war crimes. Whether that would be productive or not
Former counterterrorism official Richard Clarke said that former president George W. Bush is guilty of war crimes in the 2003 invasion of Iraq.
“[Russians] can’t strike back … [with] economic sanctions that would have the same kind of effect. What they can do … is
If WWI was sparked by the "shot heard round the world," and the Nazi war machine rumbling into Poland ignited WWII, the start of the next global conflagration will likely be as quiet as a click of a mouse.
The Democrats in Congress in 2001 stuck to the best American tradition--when tragedy strikes do not attack the other party. Congressman Issa and his friends have ignored that tradition, and are trying to turn Ambassador Stevens' death into an election talking point.
How will you know when the "cyber Pearl Harbor" has occurred? When the lights and heat in your home go off. When you can't make a phone call. When no ATM works. When your flight cannot land.
The initial story of the foiling of an underwear-bomb plot was broken by the Associated Press. But according to three government
“We’re seeing huge returns on our investments. We’re pretty excited about all the opportunities out there; every agency in
Even if the U.S. and Pakistan were on the same page on how best to combat terrorism, conflicting and false interpretations of history don't help.
It was only a matter of time before someone would emerge from the shadows to proclaim President Bush was responsible for the sudden flowering of revolution and democratic potential across the Middle East.
What happens when a great nation -- and this is a great nation -- elects a ruler who is not up to the task of being president? The answer is to be found in George W. Bush's memoirs, Decision Points.
Are we really in a "Cyber War?" Are unidentified enemies around the world scheming to bring down Western civilization with a single keystroke? Or is the whole thing overblown paranoia?
Electronic identity theft is the greatest consumer protection issue of our time, according to the Federal Trade Commission statistics, and the poor suffer disproportionately.
After news this morning that Google was hacked and that the Chinese government was possibly behind it, the threat of cyber
When it comes to cyber attacks, the bottom line for the public is increased defense. But again and again, private corporations have demonstrated that they have a very different bottom line in mind.