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The transformation of the U.S.-Canada border

Posted by seumasach on April 7, 2012

The world after – Integration of regional blocs: the Transformation of the U.S.-Canada Border

Dana Gabriel


6th April, 2012

Through a series of bilateral meetings, U.S. and Canadian officials are busy working out the details of the perimeter security action plan. This includes a recent joint crime forum that dealt with border and law enforcement issues. These various discussions are part of the implementation process which when finished would bring about the complete transformation of the northern border and another step closer in the creation of a fully integrated North American security perimeter.

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The New Generation of “Non-Lethal” Weapons

Posted by seumasach on December 13, 2008


Mike Ferner


8th December, 2008

The Army Times reported on September 30 that a combat brigade, about 4,000 troops, which could be called on for “civil unrest and crowd control,” had been assigned inside the United States for the first time since Reconstruction. 

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Video: US prepares for martial law

Posted by smeddum on October 11, 2008

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