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Acceleration in Suspicious Activity Reporting Warrants Another Look

Aaron Klein, Kristofer Readling / Blog September 15, 2015

The data shows a 55 percent increase in the number of Suspicious Activity Reports filings after the Patriot Act was passed from the pre-2001 trend.

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The Kurdish Connection: The Iraqi Nexus and Regional Implications

National Security / Blog September 14, 2015

Given the importance of the Kurds in combatting the growing threat of ISIS, the United States can hardly afford to lose favor with such an effective ally.

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Casting a Wide Net: The Expanding Reach of Anti-Money Laundering Laws

Kristofer Readling / Blog September 11, 2015

The history of the Bank Secrecy Act demonstrates a pattern of lawmakers expanding its scope and liability to an ever wider class of institutions and activities.

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On the Patriot Act, a Lesson in Knowing When to Fold ‘Em

Jason Grumet / Blog June 5, 2015

Leadership is not always about winning. Sometimes it comes down to knowing when you are on the losing side of a collision and swerving out of the way.

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Immigration Reform in an Election Year? History and Polls Say Yes

Matt Graham / Blog March 11, 2014

Paul Stern contributed to this post. Much has been said about the feasibility of passing major pieces of legislation through a partisan Congress, especially with 2014 being an election year. With both parties trying to maintain their majority on one…

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