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Has the S-400 System Made Trump a President of Peace?
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Has the S-400 System Made Trump a President of Peace?
December 28, 2020

The usage of S-400 systems in nations that are the targets of Washington’s hunger could prove to be a game changer, Tim Kirby writes.

Azerbaijani-Armenian War: Turkish F-16S Enter the Game. Armenia Threatens to Use Iskander Missiles
September 30, 2020

As of September 29, the Azerbaijani advance in the Nagorno-Karabakh region struck the Armenian defense and Azerbaijani forces were not able to achieve any military breakthroughs. Armenian troops withdrew from several positions in the Talish area and east of Fuzuli.

Azerbaijani-Armenian War: Turkish F-16S Enter the Game. Armenia Threatens to Use Iskander Missiles
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Signs U.S. International Power Is Declining
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Signs U.S. International Power Is Declining
June 30, 2020

The possible withdrawal of Japan from its existing anti-Russian alliance with the U.S. could turn out to be yet another indication that The American Century is in the process of ending.

America: The Deluded Superpower
May 30, 2020

Chasing after the exceptionalist goal of dominance in everything, everywhere, all the time is a “tried and true” road to oblivion.

America: The Deluded Superpower
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Did China Just Announce the End of US Primacy in the Pacific?
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Did China Just Announce the End of US Primacy in the Pacific?
October 8, 2019

In one fell swoop, China may have nullified America’s strategic nuclear deterrent, the U.S. Pacific Fleet, and U.S. missile defense capability.

America Dumps INF Treaty. Time for Russian Missiles in Latin America?
August 9, 2019

Washington’s withdrawal from the INF Treaty is just the latest move against Russia that will serve to intensify an arms race on the European continent that is already underway. It may also force Russia to take things to the next level.

America Dumps INF Treaty. Time for Russian Missiles in Latin America?
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Trump Surrenders to John Bolton on Russia and Arms Control
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Trump Surrenders to John Bolton on Russia and Arms Control
October 27, 2018

Trump appears to have surrendered to the anti-arms control philosophy of John Bolton, who views such agreements as unduly restricting American power. Both Bolton and Trump appear to be trying to drive a wedge between Russia and China. 

US FY 2019 Defense Budget Becomes Law
August 15, 2018

This is a defense budget of confrontation giving preference to pressure instead of negotiations and diplomacy.

US FY 2019 Defense Budget Becomes Law
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