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The Japanese Peace Bell: “Long Live Absolute World Peace.”

Presented on June 8, 1954, the Japanese Peace Bell was a gift to the United Nations on the part of the United Nations Association of Japan, a post-World War II organization that had formed in 1947 as a means of … Continue reading

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Intelligence Data and Terrorism: The Inherent Problem

   The primary entity within the United States Government responsible for collecting and organizing intelligence data concerning national and international counterterrorism efforts is the National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC), which is based in McLean, Virginia. The predecessor of the NCTC was … Continue reading

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