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Five Places Kidnappings Commonly Occur

Kidnappings most commonly occur in places that fit one or both of two categories: an area that you spend a lot of predictable time in or a situation where you’re abnormally vulnerable. Always implement the TEDD system to practice countersurveillance and keep yourself safe from would-be kidnappers.   Time – If you see a person […]
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Traveling incognito? What not to wear

Traveling incognito? What not to wear

Keeping your identity secure and unrecognizable boils down to keeping modest and blending in where you can; the more you stick out from the crowd, the better the chance of someone recognizing you. Unless you’ve spent years in an area, chances are you’re not going to blend in with the local population. Everything from the […]
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Planning summer travel? Here’s where not to go

Planning summer travel? Here’s where not to go

Traveling overseas is one of the most rewarding perks to a cosmopolitan lifestyle. Unfortunately, politics and global events don’t always act according to your travel plans. These problems compound once you’re a recognizable face, where unwanted publicity could encourage local crime groups to make a move. Here are a few tips to consider before making […]
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Leaks from the oval office and the impact on foreign policy.

Quite possibly, there may be members of the White House staff who believe that the only way to get President Trump's attention and change his behavior is to get their agenda on the news. The president is known to be a voracious consumer of the "News" and his opinions are thusly shaped by the perception of how he is covered. This leak may be a manifestation of this. Unnamed sources within the White House or the Intelligence community that the WaPo is citing are alleging that the President jeopardized national security.
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