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The Reagan-Gorbachev summit meetings that yielded the Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces Treaty and established mutual weapons monitoring weren't expected to succeed, but offer hope that negotiations between Biden and Putin could advance progress toward needed mutual cybersecurity action.
by John Feffer
The latest iteration of imperial blowback is coming in the form of cyberwarfare techniques pioneered by US intelligence agencies being turned against the country's patchwork internet security.
SOURCE: National Security Archive
National Security Archive Releases USCYBERCOM documents which shed new light on the campaign to counter ISIS in cyberspace
by Michael Martelle
New FOIA documents show challenges in operational synchronization, deconfliction, and inter-agency coordination.
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