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    To become hired within the FBI, an applicant must complete an extensive application process, in addition to passing a background check which requires an applicant to pass a polygraph exam, a drug test, and a credit and records check and must be eligible to qualify for a top-secret security clearance (Cunningham,2003). In order for a job prospect to enter the FBI training academy. They must meet the prequalification requirements. The minimum requirements are as follows: Each candidates must be at least 23 years old, but younger than 37 (Hartmann,2002). However, Veterans, may be granted an age waiver if they are older than 37 in special cases. In addition to the age requirement, each candidates must be a United States citizen or a citizen of the Northern Mariana Islands (Hartmann,2002). Hartmann, (2002) also states, the minimum education accepted is a four-year degree from an accredited college or university that is recognized by the United States Secretary of Education. To fight against cyber hackers, the FBI sought cyber…

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    The coming to know of this operation started when Ahmed Ali became a person of interest for Britain’s Security Service as he went on long length trips to Pakistan in a matter of three years. The Security Service is also known as MI5 were able to track him and connect anyone who may also be associated with the plot thru his daily interactions and his use of internet communication. After his recent trip to Pakistan, investigators thought it was time to make a move. While Ali was waiting in baggage…

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    Going into this movie, most of what I heard was that I wouldn’t like it. This prepared me to focus on following what was going on, leading me to enjoy the movie more than I otherwise would have. Because Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy is so complicated, it pushes many viewers away. But the complicated paths of the plot and the characters in this movie simulate trying to find and follow a real spy, which takes a kind of focus many viewers aren’t prepared for while watching a movie. However, being a…

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    Spies Film Analysis

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    the jobs to give the allied powers the edge in the conflict and to undermine the effort of the enemy. Many spies became known after World War II for their work against enemy forces, the majority of the spies never were discovered and will eventually become legends due to their fearless work. As I mentioned how movies give spies a false accusation, spies do the dirty work. Most of the time the work spies do is lonely, frightening, and dangerous. One of the requirements to be a spy is if (s)he…

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    will be always be two sides of the argument, one from the U.S. side that they only direct the strikes at the Al-Qaeda and other terrorist groups such as Taliban terrorists and the Pakistan’s army is aware of those operations, as well as take an active part in them. From the Pakistan’s point of view, there is no transparency about those drone strikes and thousands of civilians including children are killed. This decision of Pakistan’s Court made the drone strikes in Pakistan unlawful and…

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    Analyse the relationship between the USA and Pakistan since 2001. After September 11, 2001 the US and Pakistan started to work as closely allies against war on terror. However, this alliance has seen several setbacks, especially during last four years. Alexander Evans description about the US and Pakistan relations during last decade may give the best impression: “These two countries have at times been close, at others distant, alternately cultivating or compromising each other.“ This essay…

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    During the Cold War era, the intelligence communities of nations throughout the world were competing to gain the upper hand on what their adversaries were up to. Information about military operations, ability to complete nuclear weaponry and overall knowledge of national strategy were among the top of the list of importance. The use of human intelligence (HUMINT), imagery intelligence (IMINT), open source intelligence (OSINT) and other collection methods were used to monitor one another. A…

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    Essay On London Bombing

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    Later that day, a fourth bomb was detonated on a double-decker bus within the Tavistock Square. This attack would exit down as the first ever suicide attack within the United Kingdom. Pauline Neville-Jones was quoted stating, “The suicide bombers who struck London on 7 July 2005 killed 52 innocent people and wounded hundreds more. All of them must live with their memories. And the rest of us will always remember where we were when we heard that London had been hit by the worst terrorist attack…

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    common crimes to include drug trafficking, kidnapping, solicitation and bribery. Al Qaeda also used sleeper cells with legit business throughout the world who support Al Qaeda financially. If all other means fail, Al Qaeda receives assistance from other terrorist groups. One of the states that support Al Qaeda is Afghanistan; Afghanistan has been supporting Al Qaeda since the Soviet invasion. Political Pakistan maintains a positive attitude towards the United States. The United States does…

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    Canadian Human Rights

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    Canada is one of the founding members of the United Nations, self-described as “the True North strong and free” and boasts a worldwide reputation for being kind, polite and respectful of all. Many people might conjecture that Canada is the pinnacle of modern society. While compared to the United States or China, Canada may appear to be angelic; however, Canada is not as compassionate and non-discriminatory as many might assume at first glance. Hidden from plain view, there are violations of…

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