A broadside is leveled against Russia’s president from the military sector.
Treat Beijing as an enemy, and it is quite certain to emerge as an enemy.
There are signs of escalation in the simmering conflict.
There has to be a fat and juicy carrot for Pyongyang in any future negotiation in place of vague security assurances or nebulous promises of “prosperity.”
The vital Germany-Russia relationship is badly adrift and European security is imperiled as a result.
Chinese military scientists are working on an unusual project: a single hybrid aerial-underwater drone.
The echo of the Soviet War in Afghanistan remains sadly relevant.
Why has American Sinophobia intensified to such a degree?
Russian strategists appear to have a healthy respect for the U.S. Navy’s submarine force.
Verification and security assurances from China could provide a sound foundation for the upcoming Kim-Trump Summit.
Despite this innovative platform, the Russian Arctic “threat” is mostly hype.
Beijing may take lessons from the Kremlin’s new paradigm for military intervention.
Russia and the United States joust with proxies (mostly), while the Syrian people suffer.
The great-power games that flow from zero-sum analyses, whether by Chinese or by Americans, have never helped the cause of peace or the people on the Korean Peninsula.
Russia’s proximity to North Korea will remind all concerned that potent external powers have very significant security assurances to offer Pyongyang.
China could be on the cusp of a deploying a new frigate design altogether—ironically one that draws substantially on a key naval architecture innovation of the American Littoral Combat Ship.
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