BY OWEN MATTHEWS Russia, surrounded by enemies, is readying to fight an epic war for survival. At least that’s what Vladimir Putin wants his countrymen to think. Nearly every evening, Russian state-controlled television leads news broadcasts with video of Russian planes in action over Syria, interspersed with images of NATO tanks and troops menacing Russia’s […]
Dave Majumdar Security, Or start World War III. One of the options that the United States is looking at to counter North Korea’s nuclear-tipped ballistic missiles is an experimental weapon called CHAMP. CHAMP stands for Counter-electronics High-powered Microwave Advanced Missile Project (CHAMP). Show More Summary
Michael Peck Security, Asia A story like no other. In one sense, nothing changed. In the forty years since the ax murder incident, North Korea has attacked South Korean ships, shelled South Korean islands, sent commandos to raid South...Show More Summary
Dave Majumdar Security, Nope. And we have all the answers why. But while it is important to have the right tools, more important is the human dimension. Pilots and maintainers must be trained and ready to defeat the highest-end threats if they are to be sent into combat. Show More Summary
Daniel R. DePetris Security, Asia Welcome to World War III. North Korea is the most difficult of targets for the U.S. intelligence community to unearth. Intelligence collection and analysis is an incredibly time-consuming and dangerous...Show More Summary
A former atomic bomb shelter built in 1949 in anticipation of a World War III Soviet air strike and occupied by the National Guard will house Los Angeles’ newest museum building. The Wende Museum of the Cold War will open in a renovated Culver City armory on Sunday. The museum, the brainchild of...
Tony Schwartz co-wrote "The Art of the Deal" with Donald Trump and he thinks the thought of starting World War III excites Trump. Schwartz also contributed...
Michael Peck Security, Europe It would have been awful--and bloody. From three decades distant, it is easy to forget that the late 1980s were the high point of the World War That Never Was. Both sides, oblivious to the imminent fall of the Berlin Wall and the collapse of the Soviet Union, had deployed the last cutting-edge technology of the era. Show More Summary
Kyle Mizokami Security, Europe The Warsaw Pact had some ideas. The Warsaw Pact plan makes clear two things. First, in a surprise attack, the most important forces are the ground forces. The quicker they can advance, the sooner they can overrun NATO—and that includes air bases and naval facilities. Show More Summary
Attention, people of Cuba: Obey the orders of the U.S. Army, or suffer the consequences. This is what the Cubans would have been told, had the United States invaded the island during the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962. “Resistance to the United States armed forces will be forcefully stamped out.
Michael Peck Security, Thank God it never happened. Attention, people of Cuba: Obey the orders of the U.S. Army, or suffer the consequences. This is what the Cubans would have been told, had the United States invaded the island during the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962. “Resistance to the United States armed forces will be forcefully stamped out. Show More Summary
Without Vasili Alexandrovich Arkhipov, World War III might have happened in 1962.
As Puerto Rico descends into chaos and North Korea prepares for World War III, Fox news is focusing on what matters most: Hillary Clinton. Seth Meyers slammed the network for dedicating so much of the coverage to the former secretary...Show More Summary
@zephoria: “World War III is a guerrilla information war with no division between military and civilian participation.” - Marshall McLuhan, 1970 — danah boyd (@zephoria) October 26, 2017
A Russian nationalist MP has told reporters the United States is deliberately undermining attempts to settle the North Korean nuclear and missile crisis. Anton Morozov says such a course could strengthen Russia and China and make them regional leaders. Read Full Article at RT.com
John Kelly, the adult in the room, the one who is supposed to stop Trump from leading the United States “on the path to World War III,” has shown his true colors. Kelly’s attacks on Florida Congresswoman Frederica S. Wilson — over how Trump handled the combat death of a U.S. soldier — were a mix of...
J. Michael Cole Security, These are five futuristic weapons that could change warfare. Despite international pressure against the weaponization of space, major countries continue to explore technologies that would turn the sky above us into the next battleground. Show More Summary
Presidents have toured the DMZ for decades without accidentally starting World War III.
Republicans are beginning to fear World War III, yet even now they can only speak their mind in whispers.
After GOP Sen. Bob Corker raised the prospect last week that Donald Trump could propel us into World War III, House Speaker Paul Ryan responded to the horrific prospect this week with the fierce urgency of whatever. They should justShow More Summary