NewWorldNextWeek.com: Episode121 -
Good Terror, Aussie Spies, Copycat Olympics
Welcome to New World Next Week - the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. This week:
Story #1: US Position On Syria Directly Endorses Terrorism
Related: Hillary Says Russia, China "Will Pay A Price" Over Support For Syria
Al-Qaeda Taking Deadly New Role in Syria's Conflict
Thomas L. Friedman Says "Syria Is Iraq"
Story #2: Australia's Spies Active In World's Strategic Hotspots
Background: ASIS On Wikipedia
Flashback: ASIS Involvement In Papua New Guinea
Story #3: London Olympics Officials Prepare For Cyber Attacks
Related: 2012 Olympics Special On Red Ice Radio
G4S Olympic Security Fiasco On Red Ice Radio
Colorado 'Movie Murder Massacre' Sensationalized By Media
The Copycat Effect With Loren Coleman On Corbett Report Radio
UN Treaty on Global Arms Trade Sparks Criticism
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Thursday, July 26, 2012
New World Next Week: Episode121 - Good Terror, Aussie Spies, Copycat Olympics
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