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ARMx Journals is LPHQ’s risk intelligence unit. ARMx regularly publishes The Blind Spot, which alerts members to threats that are generally not well planned for outside of “enterprise” environments such as corporations or governments.

What Are Post Orders

What Are Post Orders? Post orders are the written guidelines and expectations outlining a site’s security plan, post orders erect solid boundaries around access control, enforcement initiatives (if any), community norms, duties to report, and types of report. ARM-LP...

Love Who You Recognize

Love Your Enemies   A Phenomenon Of Unsettled Times Prophecy is a phenomenon of unsettled times. The Biblical prophets were horrified by war. Three Biblical prophets — Isaiah, Jeremiah, and Ezekiel — knew war as inevitable. Their activity roughly coincides with...

What Do You Recognize?

Who Do You Recognise? Christina Noble was 10 when her mother died. She was sent to an orphanage, where she was told that her siblings were dead. They weren’t. By the time she was 12 she was living on Dublin’s streets, where she was gang-raped and left pregnant. A...

Make Room For Others

Knowledge Leaving The Tribe “We have considered the importance of abandoning a tribal outlook,” Armstrong reminds us (156), “but this is not easy. We all have busy lives, an dnot everybody has either the time or the inclination to undertake the difficult and sensitive...

Empathic Understanding

Concern for Everybody Every spiritual/religious movement has one or more tradition that extends compassion to those outside the group. Scarcity was once the common way, and tribalism was crucial in such times. Compassion outside the group is an Axial Age innovation....

Understanding Before We Are Understood

How Should We Speak to One Another? Dialogue is oft-thought to be a way to build bridges. “Dialogue,” Armstrong says, “is one of the buzzwords of our time.” (Armstrong, 131). The Best President You Never Had A fictional TV show will give us some context for this...