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Saturday, October 1, 2022

Opinion

Economic and diplomatic power is not a substitute for military strength | Real Clear Defense

Just a few days before the inauguration, the U.S. political discourse has been given a distinct focus after the chaos in Washington. With this, Bidden is set to face a lot of political issues, including the political war between...

The fault line between futurists and traditionalists in national security | War on the Rocks

The debate whether traditionalists are better than futurists or the other way around, has been a hot issue for years. On a futurists point of view, using modern technologies in national security is more effective, whereas traditionalist opposes this...

Why America needs a layered homeland missile defense | Defense News

With all the missile threats that America has been receiving, being complacent isn't needed. Instead, adding defense that will protect the country should be a top priority not only for today but for tomorrow as well. After all, a...

Bolstering US-Japan technology ties is key to deterring threats in Asia | Defense News

Benjamin McMartin and Bernice Kiyo Glenn shared their commentaries about how the U.S.-Japan partnership should be given importance with the rising threat from Russia, China and North Korea. President-elect Joe Biden and new Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga must...

The great grift | New Mercy/ No Malice

The response to the coronavirus pandemic has been a $5 trillion effort, but much of it has also been a con. The top 1% has used their influence over the government to give those suffering minimal help, while accruing...

Why overseas military bases continue to make sense for the United States | War on the Rocks

Ever since the end of the Cold War the United States has been closing oversea military bases. For several reasons including saving money, changing the US strategies, and foreign policy, presidential administrations have continued to cut down overseas military...

Biden inherits a challenging civil-military legacy | War on the Rocks

Jim Golby and Peter Feaver elaborate on Biden’s future restoring a civil-military relationship. President Trump’s legacy consisted of what is referred to as the “4 P’s: the president, people, processes, and politicization.” Golby and Feaver make a point that...

Better understanding irregular warfare in competition | Military Times

All warfare is categorized as “traditional” or “irregular” by the Department of Defense. While the 2018 National Defense Strategy discusses the changes in warfare, many people are still focusing all their thoughts and views on the high-end warfight. This...

The EU is the military ally the United States needs | Foreign Affairs

President Donald Trump has stated numerous times how some NATO allies are not investing enough in their militaries, and it has become the elephant in the room. While President-elect Joe Biden will likely take a calmer stance, the issue...

How to solve logistical challenges during a South China Sea conflict | Defense News

China’s presence and expansion around the Asian Pacific presents multiple challenges between the US and US Armed Forces in the region. China mostly uses this area for fisheries, oil natural gas reserves, and trillions of dollars of worth of...

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U.S. Africa Command Special Operations Forces host medical civic action program in Ghana | DVIDS

Special Operations Forces from the U.S. Africa Command host a medical civic action program in Ghana. Between August 31...

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