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Governance, Organizations and Security

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December 12th, 2012

Weinstein: Susan Rice "uniquely qualified" to lead State Department

CISAC in the news: Huffington Post on December 11, 2012

Jeremy Weinstein defends Ambassador Susan Rice's career, saying that the potential candidate for Secretary of State is "uniquely qualified" for the position and hopes that President Obama will nominate her to the position. Read more »



December 6th, 2012

Companies open their own intelligence shops to manage risks

CISAC in the news: Foreign Policy on December 5, 2012

Amy Zegart explains why private companies are developing their own intelligence units that conduct surveillance and analyze information to protect their businesses and personnel against geopolitical risks. She argues that these units, which operate much like the CIA, are becoming necessary to conduct global business. Read more »




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