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  • The U.K. parliament's Intelligence and Security Committee, in its 2009/10 annual report, cited evidence it had received from the Chief of the Secret Intel ligence Service, otherwise known as MI6.

    Cyber Terrorism Is Now Seen as a Real Threat

  • Caruso, Mayer, and Salovey 2002 qualified the relationship, suggesting that effective leadership could occur in the absence of emotional intel ligence or that only some elements of emotional intelligence might be present.

    The Bass Handbook of Leadership

  • It would require Pakistani approval, he wrote; and “Pak [istan†™ s] intel [ligence service] is in bed with” Bin Ladin and would warn him that the

    Think Progress » Breaking: Terrorist Zarqawi Killed in Iraq Air Strikes

  • Jordanian intelligence sources, declining to be named because of the sensitivity of security issues, recall that by 1997 their government was arresting and interrogating Hamas members who had received, in the words of one veteran security officer, "religious, military, counterinterrogation and even intel-ligence training in Iran."

    The Hand That Feeds the Fire

  • It would require Pakistani approval, he wrote; and “Pak [ista'ns] intel [ligence service] is in bed” with Bin Ladin and would warn him that the United States was getting ready for a bombing campaign. (p. 134)

    Think Progress » What Bush Knew: More Evidence That He Deliberately Misled

  • We young fellows who have been abroad, are above regarding English shapes, and prefer to them the French neg-ligence.

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • My reason for repeating my question, was owing to an early intel-ligence Of which more by-and-by.

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • It would require Pakistani approval, he wrote; and “Pak[istan’s] intel[ligence service] is in bed with” Bin Ladin and would warn him that the United States was getting ready for a bombing campaign: “Armed with that knowledge, old wily Usama will likely boogie to Baghdad.” Though told also by Bruce Riedel of the NSC staff that Saddam Hussein wanted Bin Ladin in Baghdad, Berger conditionally authorized a single U-2 flight.

    Think Progress » BREAKING: Albright and Berger Call On ABC To ‘Withdraw’ Path to 9/11

  • It would require Pakistani approval, he wrote; and “Pak[istan's] intel[ligence service] is in bed with” Bin Ladin and would warn him that the United States was getting ready for a bombing campaign: “Armed with that knowledge,old wily Usama will likely boogie to Baghdad.”

    Think Progress » Cheney: Lieberman Loss ‘Disturbing’ Because al Qaeda Is ‘Betting They Can Break The Will of The American People’

  • They would act with the cooperation and assistance of the SA Police and SADF. ligence in the South African Defence Force.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

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