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national-security

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  • He called the national-security concerns "vague and unsubstantiated," and said that voicing such concerns prevents open competition in U.S. markets.

    Congress to Investigate Electronic Spy Threats

  • Lael Brainard, the U.S. Treasury under secretary for international affairs, said in an interview a failure to adequately fund the institutions will mean "our long-term national-security prospects will be hampered in fragile countries."

    U.S. House Targets World Bank Funds

  • For example, a serviceman back from his third tour in Iraq could sell a national-security thriller more effectively than I could.

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  • Investigators are considering a range of possible motives, including unlawful financial gain, theft of trade secrets and a national-security threat designed to damage the exchange.

    Nasdaq Acknowledges Security Breach

  • Cross-border investments from sovereign wealth funds or state-owned companies often raise national-security concerns in areas of energy, defense and technology.

    Clinton, in Asia, Says U.S. Will Find Debt Solution

  • "I expect to see more activity on federal spending and federal revenues than on a new national-security strategy over the next year," said Matthew Leatherman, a defense-budget analyst at the non-partisan Stimson Center.

    Defense Nominee Is Budget Warrior

  • At the time, Mr. Blair cited national-security reasons, but the move sparked a political uproar that drew even more attention to the company.

    Britain Delays Imposing New Bribery Law

  • Other infrastructure components have been compromised in the past, including a case in which hackers planted potentially disruptive software programs in the U.S. electrical grid, according to current and former national-security officials.

    Nasdaq Acknowledges Security Breach

  • Google traced the attacks to the eastern Chinese city of Jinan, a base for the national-security arm of the People's Liberation Army and the locale of last year's hacking.

    China Goes Phishing

  • The intelligence depicts a Libyan leader who "doesn't feel safe anymore" in Tripoli because of stepped-up strikes by North Atlantic Treaty Organization aircraft and by battlefield gains by rebel forces, according to a senior U.S. national-security official briefed on the recent reports that the intelligence community has shared with the White House and other agencies.

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