Tensions in the Asia-Pacific: by choice or design?

There is deep concern that tensions in the South China sea will erupt into a conflict with more aggressive posturing by both the United States, Japan and China, accompanied by the deteriorating situation in North Korea which could erupt into a catastrophic conflict at any time.

Has the United States role on the world stage diminished?

The United States has been unquestionably the most powerful and influential nation in the world since the Second World War.

When It Comes to the US Navy, Size Matters

The technological sophistication and capital-intensive nature of providing and maintaining a modern Navy requires long term plans.

The Air War That Is Defeating ISIS

The U.S. and its Coalition partners have been fighting the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) for almost a decade.

The Future of American Super Soldiers

In today's climate, developing new generation technology could give soldiers an advantage on the battlefield - Super Soldiers will be that advantage.

Development at War: A Short History

Socioeconomic development plays a major role in cold, conventional and irregular warfare.

Surviving a Nuclear Attack

Acute radiation syndrome may be the result of an accident. It may also be the result of an intentional act of terrorism.

To Counter Russia, Strengthen China

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s July 30th decision to expel 755 U.S. diplomats is the logical result of another senseless sanctions bill.

Why does HMS Queen Elizabeth have two islands?

HMS Queen Elizabeth and her sister ship are attracting a lot of attention and one of the most common questions is, why does she have two islands?

Putin Is Thirsty – the Troubling Problem of Kaliningrad

Kaliningrad may be the focal point for a dangerous economic and military conflict between Russia and NATO.



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