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China's Worst Nightmare? Japan May Sell India Six Stealth Submarines

Zachary Keck Security, Asia-Pacific Japan may have the chance to extract some revenge from China by selling India its latest diesel-electric Soryu-class submarines. For years China has excelled at antagonizing Japan. Now Tokyo may have...Show More Summary

Beware: Collapsing Oil Prices Could Make Russia More Dangerous

Zachary Keck Economics, Russia While Saudi Arabia benefits from a weak market, and Iran is tolerating it, the collapse in oil prices could make Russia more dangerous. While Saudi Arabia benefits from a weak oil market, and Iran is coping...Show More Summary

Confirmed: China Is Building a Military Base Near Japan

Zachary Keck Security, Asia-Pacific New satellite images largely confirm earlier reports of China's military buildup near the Senkaku Islands. New satellite images have largely confirmed earlier reports that China is building a military...Show More Summary

North Korea Slams Israel as a Rogue 'Nuclear Threat'

Zachary Keck Security, Asia-Pacific, Middle East North Korea slammed Israel on Friday, calling it a "rogue group" that poses a "nuclear threat" and commits terrorism against its neighbors. North Korea’s Foreign Ministry slammed the “shamelessness...Show More Summary

Russia's Nuclear Forces Conduct Surprise Drill

Zachary Keck Security, Russia Russia’s Nuclear Forces performed a surprise readiness drill on Tuesday, according to state-run Russian media outlets. Russia’s Nuclear Forces performed a surprise readiness drill on Tuesday, according to...Show More Summary

Exposed: How China Purchased Its First Aircraft Carrier

Zachary Keck Security, Diplomacy, Asia-Pacific A Hong Kong businessman lied, cheated and bribed Ukraine into selling China an aircraft carrier. A Hong Kong-based businessmen bought China’s first aircraft carrier under false pretenses,...Show More Summary

No, China Can NOT Shoot Down 90% of Hypersonic Missiles

Zachary Keck Security, Asia-Pacific Multiple news reports claim that China's Type 1103 CIWS has a 90% success rate against hypersonic missiles. The problem: no nation has ever deployed hypersonic weapons. A number of media outlets have...Show More Summary

America's 'Crusader' Media

Zachary Keck Security, United States On matters of national security, all major American newspapers are the children of Wilson. All major American newspapers have adopted Wilsonianism to a greater or lesser degree, Robert Kaplan, a Senior...Show More Summary

Watch Out! North Korea Just Threatened Another Nuke Test

Zachary Keck Diplomacy, Security, Asia-Pacific North Korea's charm offensive is really a veiled threat to conduct a 4th nuclear test. All signs suggest that North Korea is getting ready to conduct a major provocation, which is likely to include testing nuclear weapons for a fourth time. Although U.S. Show More Summary

Researcher at Nationwide Children's Hospital Secures Grant to Develop a Standard Statistical Evidence Measure to Reduce Errors in Biomedical Research

Veronica Vieland, PhD, director of the Battelle Center for Mathematical Medicine in The Research Institute at Nationwide Children's Hospital, was recently awarded a $500,000 grant from the W.M. Keck Foundation for her research study, "Measuring the Evidence in Evidence-Based Medical Research."

North Korea Wants To Buy Russia's Super Advanced Su-35 Fighter Jet

Zachary Keck Security, Asia-Pacific Kim Jong-un sent a special envoy to Russia to ask Putin to sell him Su-35 fighter jets.  North Korea’s Kim Jong-un sent a special envoy to Moscow to ask Russia to sell him its most advanced fighter...Show More Summary

2015

photo by Tom Keck, and it's one of the best. The beginning of each year brings with it a sad reminder- January 2nd being the date Rell Sunn passed away in 1998 depriving the world of an incredibly talented, graceful and generous individual. Show More Summary

Suicide Bombings Spiked 94% in 2014

Zachary Keck Terrorism, Security, Middle East Suicide attacks killed 3,400 people in 2014, compared to 2,200 people the year before. The number of suicide bombings in the world nearly doubled in 2014, the Israeli left-leaning daily Haaretz...Show More Summary

Saturday morning feel good story

This morning’s story comes from Tennessee; The residents told police they were sleeping when they heard a crashing noise. One of them then picked up a gun he kept next to his bed, according to Keck. A suspect emerged through the bedroom doorway within seconds and appeared to have a handgun, according to Keck. The […]

Iran Tests ‘Kamikaze’ Suicide Drone

Zachary Keck military, Middle East Iran Army Chief: "This drone is like a mobile bomb, and is capable of destroying fixed and mobile targets.” Iran tested its new “suicide” drone for the first time late last week, according to a senior...Show More Summary

No, North Korea Did NOT Threaten to Blow Up the White House

Zachary Keck military, Asia-Pacific "The latest example of the Western media botching its coverage of North Korea came this weekend...." Western media outlets have been having a field day with North Korea’s response to “The Interview” movie in which Seth Rogen and James Franco’s characters’ assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. Show More Summary

The Most Dangerous Nuclear Threat No One Is Talking About

Zachary Keck Security, Nuclear Weapons, Forget North Korea and Iran. China and India's MIRVed missiles are the greatest nuclear threat today. While Iran and North Korea’s nuclear programs are all the rage these days, the most dangerous...Show More Summary

The Philippines Wants Submarines to Deter China

Zachary Keck Security, military, Southeast Asia, South China Sea The Philippines announced this week that it will purchase three submarines over the next decade. The Philippines is seeking to procure three submarines a senior Philippines...Show More Summary

India’s ‘Annihilator of Enemies’ Submarine Begins Sea Trials

Zachary Keck military, Security, South Asia After numerous delays, India's first indigenous nuclear submarine began sea trials today. India’s first indigenous ballistic missile nuclear submarine (SSBN) began its maiden sea trials today,...Show More Summary

Bonhams' Furniture & Decorative Arts auction achieves $3.3 million

2 months agoArts : Artdaily

Bonhams announced its auction of Fine European Furniture & Decorative Arts including the Collection of William M. Keck II achieved more than $3.3 million and was over 90 percent sold by value on December 8 and 9 in Los Angeles. The 788...Show More Summary

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