Ransomware strike closes down major U.S. pipeline- Colonial Pipeline delivers 45% of the fuel consumed on the East Coast. Aswini Kumar and Thuong Nguyen Earlier last month, the Colonial Pipeline Company in Linden, New Jersey, which provides the primary source of gasoline, diesel, and jet fuel for half of the U.S. eastern coast, became the … Continue reading Chief U.S. Gasoline Pipeline Struck Down by “Darkside”
Build Back Better World (B3W), Like-Minded Nations of the World Unite?
TCSS Security Commentaries #018 TAIWAN, AS A LIKE-MINDED PARTNER AND A PRIVATE-SECTOR STRONGHOLD IN ASIA, WOULD AT FIRST GLANCE SEEM LIKE A STRONG CANDIDATE PARTAKING IN THE WASHINGTON-LED B3W. WHETHER THIS PREMISE HOLDS TRUE WILL LIKELY HANG IN THE BALANCE OF BILATERAL DEVELOPMENTS ACROSS THE TAIWAN STRAIT, IF AT ALL. Richard Chen and Jaime Ocon, … Continue reading Build Back Better World (B3W), Like-Minded Nations of the World Unite?
Back in Vienna: The Iran Deal and Is It Salvageable?
Security commentaries #012 Iran and the P5+1 countries meet in Vienna to restore the 2015 Iran Nuclear Deal. The initial sessions of the talks were promising for both sides at the table. However, on April 11, Iran accused Israel of launching a cyberattack on Natanz underground enrichment facility, and this event has ignited concerns over … Continue reading Back in Vienna: The Iran Deal and Is It Salvageable?