A big milestone for the PLAN. But is all going according to plan?
From the author: North Korea’s extensive economic ties with China are well-documented and frequently discussed, but there has been a tendency to underestimate just how severely the international sanctions regime is leaking from the north. If nothing else, the experience of the past decade demonstrates that active Russian participation and goodwill is crucial to any concerted international effort to induce changes in North Korean behavior.
Riyadh will benefit from Abu Dhabi’s boldness as a trailblazer. It will have the chance to gauge how the region and the Arab world react.
Is the cure worse than the disease?
Beijing’s primal desire to exact revenge on its neighbors is not only destabilizing global security but has no benefit that would justify its undertakings beyond nationalist self-satisfaction.
Prolonging U.S. military intervention is making it more difficult for Iraq to achieve stability and sapping American defense resources.
Democratic Party leaders and most mainstream media figures have continued to minimize or ignore the implications of the intelligence community’s assessments of Beijing’s behavior.
One complete, Seoul’s KF-X fighter will make South Korea just the Second Asian country to indigenously design and build a stealth fighter.
Though the Seawolves were originally intended to hunt down Soviet surface ships and other submarines, they’re still relevant today. Here’s what the lead of the class just did.
How will the newer, high-tech vehicle help improve the Army’s ability to wage and win war?