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Monthly Archives: May, 2022

Deputy Chair of the NATO Military Committee visits Sweden

From 24 to 25 May 2022, the Deputy Chair of the NATO Military Committee, Lieutenant General Lance Landrum was in Sweden, where he met...

NATO is shaping a new future following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

The Pentagon and its NATO allies are now shaping a future alliance posture to accommodate a different global dynamic following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. US...

Can the US Deter China’s Anti-Navy?

China wants the United States out of the Western Pacific and particularly the South China Sea in any potential regional conflict. To do this,...

Building a regional cyber defense network

The invasion of Ukraine thrust the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency into the public consciousness as the nation’s key cyber security risk advisor during...

Is the US Prepared to Fight a Nuclear War over Taiwan?

A president suffering from an occasional case of verbal diarrhea about political infighting is an embarrassment. A president repeating loose comments about international affairs...

Russia cyberattacks on Starlink is increasing

SpaceX CEO Elon Musk said this week that Russia is increasing its cyberattacks on Starlink terminals in Ukraine. "Starlink has resisted Russian cyberwar jamming &...

Russia’s Nuclear Deterrence Strategy

Russia’s military doctrine dictates the use of nuclear weapons in response to any non-nuclear assault on Russian territory. Russia’s military doctrine encompasses a broad range...

Chair of the NATO Military Committee visits Croatia

From 25 to 28 May 2022, Admiral Rob Bauer, Chair of the NATO Military Committee paid an official visit to Croatia upon the invitation...

Can Iran get along with the Taliban?

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi called the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan “an opportunity to restore life, security, and lasting peace in that country.” Tehran will...

Can Russia rebuild its tech sector with China’s help?

The far-reaching export controls the United States and others imposed in response to Russia’s further invasion of Ukraine were meant to have long-term erosive...

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