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Samuel Siskind

Writer

Samuel Siskind studied intelligence research at the American Military University in West Virginia. He served as a squad commander in the Israeli Defense Force (IDF) Corp of Combat Engineers, in the Corps’ ground battalions and later in its Intelligence Wing at regional and divisional stations. For the past five years, Samuel has worked as a consultant and researcher on physical and information security issues for private and governmental institutions, in the US, Africa, India, and Israel. He currently lives in Jerusalem.

PUBLISHED CONTENT

Iran's Increasing Isolation Will Hurt Attempts To Keep The Nuclear Deal Alive

  • Samuel Siskind
  • Jul 8, 2018 11:06AM

Iran's leadership has been pushing the country increasingly farther away from cooperation with the international community. 

In Defense Of Alan Dershowitz

  • Samuel Siskind
  • Jul 6, 2018 12:46PM

If the cynics could put aside the jokes for a moment and pay attention to the actual content of the article, they would see that Dershowitz's point was not to complain about his lack of invitations to dinner parties.

N.K. May Have Ramped Up Nuclear Program Following Singapore Summit

  • Samuel Siskind
  • Jul 3, 2018 12:46PM

U.S. intelligence sources confirmed they believe DPRK is still at work expanding its nuclear capabilities.

UN Palestinian Relief Agency Scrambles To Recover Funds Lost By U.S. Cuts

  • Samuel Siskind
  • Jun 30, 2018 11:38AM

The U.S. has traditionally been the largest donor to UNRWA, footing a third of the total UNRWA budget annually. Trump cut the amount from almost $400 million to $60 million. 

Iran's Ban On Telegram App Backfires Against The Regime

  • Samuel Siskind
  • Jun 27, 2018 12:13PM

The Iranian regime has tried to clamp down on apps like Telegram, which it perceives as threats, but social media use overall is still on the rise. 

China Isn't Just Taking U.S. Intellectual Property, It's Taking Talent

  • Samuel Siskind
  • Jun 25, 2018 4:12PM

Government operations referred to as talent programs, such as the "Thousand Talents Plan," are a  highly effective way of swiping America’s brain power.

How Jihadists Exploit Local Markets to Fund Their Wars

  • Samuel Siskind
  • Jun 23, 2018 11:40AM

Though ISIS has steadily lost key territory responsible for oil and gas profits it has found ways to continue to exploit local markets. 

Will The 'Space Force' Be The U.S.'s Sixth Military Branch?

  • Samuel Siskind
  • Jun 22, 2018 10:44AM

Though Trump has officially ordered the creation of the Space Force, questions remain, such as what will become of the 1967 Outer Space Treaty. 

Microsoft's 'Patch Tuesday' Fixes Identify At Least 11 Critical Security Flaws

  • Samuel Siskind
  • Jun 20, 2018 12:16PM

Almost all flaws were contained on commonly used programs, yet again emphasizing the need for users to stay up to date with Microsoft security patches. 

Shanghai Cooperation Conference Shows The Disunity Of The West

  • Samuel Siskind
  • Jun 16, 2018 10:00AM

The SCO get-together served as an opportunity for members to vent their grievances against the US and lambast the West. 

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