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Glynn Cosker

Glynn Cosker is a writer and editor, currently based in New England. He is the Managing Editor of EDM Digest. Glynn has more than 20 years of writing experience, and he’s the Managing Editor of EDM Digest's sister blog site: In Homeland Security. Born and raised in the U.K., he began his career in government and spent 12 years working in the Consular Section of the British Embassy in Washington – attaining the rank of Vice Consul in the late 1990s. Glynn and his family live in New England.

September 2018 Terror Threat Snapshot: Homegrown Extremism Rising

The Terror Threat Snapshot describes the growing number of homegrown terror cases in the U.S. as well as impressive gains in the War on Terror.

Former Navy Seal Eli Crane Turns Simple Idea into a Multi-Million Dollar Business

A former Navy Seal's company uses authentic decommissioned .50 caliber casings to craft groomsman gifts and corporate promotional products.

Syria: Nikki Haley Warns of Future Chemical Attacks

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said Sept. 6 that the Bashar Al-Assad regime in Syria is again planning chemical weapons attacks.

Entitlement Spending Is the True Cause of the Rising National Debt

An op-ed from frequent In Homeland Security contributor John Ubaldi.

The Most Iconic Photos From Sept. 11 And Its Aftermath

President George W. Bush in November 2001: “Time is passing. Yet, for the United States of America, there will be no forgetting September the 11th.”

Taliban Acknowledges the Death of Haqqani Network Leader Jalaluddin Haqqani

Early on September 4, 2018, the Taliban stated that Jalaluddin Haqqani had finally succumbed after a long bout with Parkinson’s disease.

Are Investigators Looking in the Right Place for Russian Collusion?

Russia collusion: Maybe the only way to get real answers is to unclassify all documents and deal with whatever information is revealed.

China's Real Intent in the Spratly Islands

Spratly Islands: These islets now have a permanent 10,000-foot runway, anti-aircraft guns and living facilities. And...China is occupying them.

Competing For Regional Power And Peace In Afghanistan

As the Unites States tries to break the long stalemate of war in Afghanistan, regional powers continue jockeying for position.

US Still Lacks a Coherent Afghanistan Strategy

None of America's last three presidents has articulated a clear path for ending the conflict in Afghanistan - or even described what peace would look like.