// by Sandra L. Stosz

Leading with Character: Mentoring

Leaders at all levels can serve as mentors. Contrary to what many may think, mentoring isn’t limited to the conventional senior-to-junior relationships. Peer-to-peer mentoring is powerful and indicative of healthy respect between co-workers. Keep Reading

// by Todd Bensman

PERSPECTIVE: Migration Overwhelming Once-Quiet Big Bend Sector

Under the international bridge connecting Mexico to Presidio, Texas, a human smuggling guide snorted cocaine with a buddy and two prostitutes – the chosen rewards earned from leading a large group of Central American immigrants on a long backpacking journey to new American lives. Keep Reading

// by Clint Watts

Russia’s Disinformation Ecosystem: A Snapshot

Overlooked in the broad discussion about election interference efforts has been the payload delivered by the Kremlin’s disinformation machine—the messages Putin’s minions seek to disseminate inside America and where those messages are generated. Keep Reading

// by Kylie Bielby

GAO Praises CBP for Illicit Drug Field Testing at Ports of Entry

A new report from the Government Accountability Office (GAO) says U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has taken steps to improve its field tests and lab confirmations of illicit drugs, including deploying new test equipment, building new labs, using mobile labs, and providing training. Keep Reading

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