Sunday, March 17, 2019

Global Security Newsletter // March 17

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March 17, 2019
Trump met with his national security team after Afghan official complains about Taliban talks - Military Times
China plans a solar power play in space that NASA abandoned decades ago - CNBC
UK security minister supports revoking Shamima Begum’s passport - Financial Times
After New Zealand shooting, Trump downplayed white nationalist threat. But experts say it's growing. - NBCNews.com
Facebook is on the lookout for foreign spies trying to infiltrate the company (FB) - Danbury News Times

Trump met with his national security team after Afghan official complains about Taliban talks - Military Times

Military Times
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump and his national security team had an hourlong, classified meeting on Afghanistan on Friday, a day after a top Afghan official openly complained that the Trump administration was keeping his government in the dark about its negotiations with the Taliban.
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China plans a solar power play in space that NASA abandoned decades ago - CNBC

CNBC
Michael Byers, a professor in the department of political science at University British Columbia Vancouver says the biggest problem for this concept may be a matter of time. Space-based systems might well be possible several decades from now, but Earth-based systems are already catching up to fossil fuels in terms of cost and efficiency.
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UK security minister supports revoking Shamima Begum’s passport - Financial Times

Financial Times
UK security minister supports revoking Shamima Begum’s passport Financial TimesBen Wallace, the UK security minister, has launched an outspoken defence of the government's handling of the case of Shamima Begum, the 19-year-old ...
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After New Zealand shooting, Trump downplayed white nationalist threat. But experts say it's growing. - NBCNews.com

NBCNews.com
Breaking News EmailsGet breaking news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered weekday mornings. March 17, 2019, 3:07 PM GMT By Linda Givetash and Geoff Bennett
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Facebook is on the lookout for foreign spies trying to infiltrate the company (FB) - Danbury News Times

Danbury News Times
On a day-to-day basis, Facebook's security team has its hands full dealing with the hoards of people that turn up at the company's offices to complain about their accounts, attempt to meet Mark Zuckerberg, or just try to look around.
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