In midst of summer heat and excitement with NSA, America’s most powerful intelligence service, of which the European public didn’t know it existed prior to current Prism-exposures by whistleblower Edward Snowden…
In midst of much excitement outside the US and concern with the exposures, Atlantic Media Company publishes a new digital format about the trends that are driving the future of defense and U.S. national security.
The transformation from the post-9/11 decade of war into a new 21st century global security era has begun, and Defense One has discovered their business model.
Should Europeans be interested in their own security issues, they would have to sift through a format that offers little help with orientation or user lead at EDA, the European Defense Agency, which at first sight contradicts the classy, clean appearance offered by Defense One.
"The transformation from the post-9/11 decade of war into a new 21st century global security era has begun." http://t.co/WPgSKnbSxl
— Defense One (@defenseone) July 16, 2013
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