A frightening new class of super-fast missiles that fly at hypersonic speeds are set to redefine the landscape of global warfare. Why are these new hypersonic missiles creating such fear and unease around the world? Continue reading
The Arctic and the North Pole, once considered a frozen wasteland, are now the center of heated competition among nations.
Seemingly always teetering between live-fire sabre-rattling and conciliatory peace talks, the North Korean regime has been threatening war on the South for more than 60 years. Here’s what its military is capable of.
While public debate continues about the degree to which climate change is occurring, there is little debate in the Pentagon — in fact, the U.S. military has taken the viewpoint of global warming as an “immediate risk” to national security.
Cluster bombs are reviled and banned by 112 nations, yet they were used in five countries in 2015. Why are they still around and who is using them? Continue reading
A European army is being considered by some EU officials as new security models gain traction.
As the Arctic melts and tensions rise with NATO, the Russian navy is changing doctrine and expanding its reach globally.
Since 1962 the Cuba embargo has prevented trade between the US and Cuba. Here’s why, and when it might change.