Trump’s Afghan Cabinet Meeting; North Korea’s 6th Missile Test in 3 Weeks; China, Russia Prod RoK Air Defense; and a Bit More.
Trump calls Afghanistan war cabinet meeting: It’s potentially a big day for the 18-year old conflict as a draft U.S.-Taliban Afghan peace plan will get a review from [...]
North Korea launched another round of projectiles into the sea off its east coast on Wednesday. Many voices in Washington warned these “provocations” indicated a growing threat from [...]
It’s becoming harder for the president to overlook the fact that the man with whom he claims to have fantastic chemistry is literally going ballistic. He dismissed the [...]
North Korea Tests More Missiles; Ratcliffe’s Thin Resume; Myriad Border-Security Contracts; Dem Candidates’ Natsec Views; and a Bit More.
North Korea launched two more short-range ballistic missiles off its east coast early this morning in its second weapons test in less than a week, South Korea’s military announced [...]
In about two weeks, Dan Coats will be leaving his job as America’s director of national intelligence. News of his resignation comes a week after the former Indiana senator [...]
Iran Seizes UK Tanker; Russian Spies, Hacked; Immigrant-Terror Connection; China’s Next Overseas Base; and a Bit More.
Iranian paramilitary forces seized a British-flagged tanker in the Hormuz Strait on Friday, triggering a tense standoff with the Royal Navy, whose frigate at the time was “too far [...]
US Military Bases Are Still Using Chinese Surveillance Video Cameras Just Weeks Before a Federal Ban Takes Effect
US military bases continue to use surveillance cameras manufactured by the Chinese firm Hikvision, according to the Financial Times, despite security concerns that the cameras could [...]
During President Rodrigo Duterte’s three years in office, 134 human rights defenders have been killed in the Philippines, a trend that has increased at an alarming rate in recent months. [...]