Uncovering the Intelligence Community’s Battle for OSINT Dominance: An Analysis by News Monitors

In the commercial space imagery industry, competition is heating up as companies strive to hold onto their dominant positions and profit margins. Maxar Technologies, the largest supplier of satellite photos and other imagery to commercial and government customers, recently went private in a $6.4 billion deal with private equity fund Advent International. This move allows Maxar more flexibility in making business decisions and to rely less on stock markets for capital. However, rival SpaceX has announced a new subsidiary called Starshield to provide enhanced versions of Starlink technology and larger earth-imaging satellites to provide whatever sensing capabilities a national security customer wants. This includes photos, real-time video and all manner of data which satellite sensors can collect. This new subsidiary aims to take business away from commercial firms like Blacksky and Maxtar that already have government contracts for persistent imaging. The market for OSINT is constantly evolving, and companies are competing to stay at the forefront of the industry.… Read More Uncovering the Intelligence Community’s Battle for OSINT Dominance: An Analysis by News Monitors

From China To Iran: A In-Depth Look At GPS Spoofing Technology

In late 2020 a growing number of Iranians in the capital (Tehran) were openly complaining of an odd problem with the GPS on their cellphones. At seemingly random times the GPS indicated another location than the one the user knew they were at. After months of complaints to the city government were ignored, one frustrated… Read More From China To Iran: A In-Depth Look At GPS Spoofing Technology


The legislature experiences serious difficulties getting everybody to concur on who the most critical future danger is. Iran is the most as often as possible specified risk, the one that even numerous Shia Iraqis see as a neighbor more keen on oppressing than supporting Iraq. In any case, Iran is additionally the neighbor with the… Read More Iraq

India-Pakistan: Power Without Responsibility

December 29, 2017: Pakistan fears the United States and India will carry out more unauthorized attacks inside Pakistan against Islamic terrorist targets. Pakistan is particularly concerned with protecting the Haqqani Network, an Afghan led group that has prospered under Pakistani protection and is now believed to control the leadership of the Afghan Taliban, Pakistan has… Read More India-Pakistan: Power Without Responsibility


The extra American ground powers sent to Afghanistan this year are focusing on Taliban coordinations and that implies assaults on the medication pack foundation. There are thirteen medication groups in Afghanistan and most depend on Helmand for something. A large portion of these groups have a noteworthy piece of their heroin generation in Helmand and… Read More Taliban

Europe’s Growing Muslim Population

In recent years, Europe has experienced a record influx of asylum seekers fleeing conflicts in Syria and other predominantly Muslim countries. This wave of Muslim migrants has prompted debate about immigration and security policies in numerous countries and has raised questions about the current and future number of Muslims in Europe. To see how the size of… Read More Europe’s Growing Muslim Population