National Intelligence Bulletin for 02 March 2018

The National Intelligence Bulletin is a weekly look at national security, domestic systems disruption, the risk of failing critical infrastructure, and threats to social, political, economic, and financial stability in the United States. This report is available each week for National Intelligence subscribers. In this National Intelligence Bulletin… (4,289 words) InFocus: Is “Democracy” at risk? [...]

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The National Intelligence Bulletin is a weekly look at national security, domestic systems disruption, the risk of failing critical infrastructure, and threats to social, political, economic, and financial stability in the United States. This report is available each week for National Intelligence subscribers.
In this National Intelligence Bulletin... (4,289 words)
  • InFocus: Is "Democracy" at risk?
  • ISIS followers planning WMD attacks on U.S.
  • Electric vehicles will stress grid by 2025
  • Half of federal government websites fail to meet encryption standard deadline
  • U.S. likely to face security and energy crisis
  • CSIS report hammers. U.S. on response to information warfare
  • The president’s mixed signals on ‘assault’ weapons: ban or no ban?
  • American public has favorable opinion of most government agencies
  • America’s top five inbound and outbound states
  • Social media is increasingly influencing political reach
  • Pew, other survey source data shows gun control opinions by race
  • Justice Alito pinpoints blurred line of political speech in Supreme Court case
  • Northrop lands DHS biometric contract
  • FEMA finds that cooperation determines community resiliency
  • Trump starts a trade war?
  • And more...

Samuel Culper is a former military intelligence NCO and contract Intelligence analyst. After 39 months of deployment time to Iraq and Afghanistan, he's now the conflict and warfare researcher at Forward Observer.