News You Can Use: 07/05/16

National Security

Drone Casualty Data Highlights the Limits, and Downsides, of Transparency, World Politics Review

Defense Department’s Program to Monitor for Insider Threats Mirrors Other Agencies’ Efforts, Nextgov

U.S., INTERPOL Hold Multilateral Dialogue on Nuclear Smuggling Prosecutions, State Department

How Breaking Up Military Satcom Could Aid U.S. And Allies, Aviation Week & Space Technology

Air Force Reserve units ready to spray pesticide for Zika-carrying mosquitoes, Air Force Times

The U.S. Military’s Protection Deficit Disorder, War on the Rocks


US-Israel Sign Cyber Defense Declaration, Federal Times

Senate confirms new Navy Fleet Cyber commander, Federal Times

DHS cyber role elevated in new legislation, Federal Times


Brexit: The first major casualty of digital democracy, Brookings

Brexit, Syria and chaos in our interconnected world, Washington Post

Government & Military Personnel

John McCain Goes Straight Talk Express on Defense Personnel Reform, Government Executive

Attention U.S. Citizen Students! Apply July 1- 22, 2016, for Virtual Student Foreign Service eInternships, State Department

Federal Agencies Continue to Shed Security Clearance Holders, Government Executive

Carter Congratulates Top Officers on Senate Confirmation, DoD News

Are Agencies Up to the Task of Managing Electronic Records?, Government Executive

Human Rights & Humanitarian Efforts

Tools and Strategies to Prevent Mass Atrocities Committed by Violent Extremist Organizations, CSIS

UN Human Rights Council Resolution on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity, State Department

Amnesty Documents ‘Chilling’ Abuses by Armed Groups in Syria, Associated Press

Ebola’s Second Punch: Hunger, USAID

Ambassador-at-Large to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons Susan Coppedge on the 2016 Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report, State Department

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