Tag: children

Featured article: Killing Kids: An Interagency Problem by John R. Bennett, Nicholas J. Hitt and Eric A. Swett A call crackled over the radio and broke the silence of a quiet morning in Iraq in 2003. With panic in his voice, a young American Soldier stammered, “There is a child pointing a gun at us […]

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Last week Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Jeh Johnson released a statement on U.S. southwest border security. Johnson’s statement came after criticism from lawmakers about the increase in illegal immigration at the southwest border. In his statement, Johnson said “I have told our border security and immigration enforcement personnel that we must keep pace […]

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National Security America’s National Security Trilemma — and How to Solve It, Defense One What JASTA will mean for U.S.-Saudi relations, Brookings DOJ National Security Chief ‘Not Afraid To Impose Consequences’ On Hackers, NPR Obama administration discussing military options against Syria: report, The Hill Army Leaders: Service Must Look to the Future While Training for […]

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The Unified Coordination Group recently provided an update on the federal response and efforts taken to address the influx of unaccompanied child immigrants entering the United States across the southwest border…

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In December 2012, the U.S. Agency for International Development released its first-ever Action Plan on Children in Adversity. The plan calls for an interagency strategy to assist vulnerable children in low- and middle-income countries…

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