"Twenty years ago this week, in a spectacular operation, the United States transported from Kazakhstan to Oak Ridge, Tennessee over 600 kilograms of at-risk, weapons-usable highly enriched uranium (HEU) for safekeeping."
With America's own tanks becoming quite dated and running out of upgrade options, Russia's latest efforts to modernize its armored fighting vehicles should be cause for concern.
"For Abe to prevail, he must present a clearer case to the Japanese public about the strategic importance of the right to collective self-defense."
Its very existence makes destructive interservice rivalry inevitable.
"It’s hard to escape the conclusion that Obama’s Middle East policy increasingly resembles a Marx Brothers movie."
"We are standing at the cusp of a momentous upheaval in the character of warfare, brought about by the large-scale infusion of robotics into the armed forces."
TNI managing editor, Harry J. Kazianis, speaks with Dan Sauter of Lockheed Martin about the THAAD missile-defense system.
A four-step plan for weapons-acquisition reform.
The UK's biggest military blunders.
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