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Theater of Absurd… Pentagon Demands Russia Explain Troops on Russian Soil
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Theater of Absurd… Pentagon Demands Russia Explain Troops on Russian Soil
November 19, 2021

There is something of the theater of absurd in American and European posturing. But it’s far from funny. It’s menacingly deranged.

Partners in Crimes? The UK-Australia Special Relationship
November 10, 2021

Amid fears the new US-UK-Australia military agreement may provoke a future confrontation with China, past and present collaboration between Australian and British elites in military, intelligence, nuclear and immigration policies provide numerous causes for concern.

Partners in Crimes? The UK-Australia Special Relationship
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Cover-up of U.S. Nuclear Sub Collision in South China Sea: a Wake-up Call for East Asia – and the World
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Cover-up of U.S. Nuclear Sub Collision in South China Sea: a Wake-up Call for East Asia – and the World
November 4, 2021

So warned Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte in his address to the UN General Assembly on September 22, 2020. He was referring to the consequences for East Asia of a conflict between the US and China.

Lessons for the Evacuation of Afghanistan
September 8, 2021

The U.S. retaliatory drone strike in Kabul against ISIS-K reminds Ann Wright of her personal experience in helping to relocate large numbers of people in short order from Freetown, Sierra Leone, 25 years ago.

Lessons for the Evacuation of Afghanistan
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Crowding the Pacific & Pressuring China
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Crowding the Pacific & Pressuring China
June 30, 2021

Ann Wright reports on the buildup of war practices in the region, including Russia’s training at the edge of U.S. territorial waters off Hawaii and massive U.S.-Australian maneuvers underway through August.

Why Pentagon Weapons Programs Rarely Get Canceled Despite Major Problems
March 7, 2021

Let’s take a closer look at several major weapons systems that are begging to be canceled — and a rare case of one that finally was.

Why Pentagon Weapons Programs Rarely Get Canceled Despite Major Problems
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Lab Rats to the Front!
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Lab Rats to the Front!
February 24, 2021

NATO isn’t a paper tiger, it’s a paper pussycat, Patrick Armstrong writes.

Dangers of Military Confrontation Between the United States and China Around Taiwan and in the South China Sea
October 19, 2020

Over the past two years, the United States has dramatically increased the number of U.S. Navy aircraft carriers and destroyers sent into the South China Sea as a freedom of navigation show of force missions to remind the Chinese government that the U.S. considers the Western Pacific and the South China Sea as a part of the oceans of America and its allies.

Dangers of Military Confrontation Between the United States and China Around Taiwan and in the South China Sea
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