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Why America Needs Lethal Nuclear Stealth Cruise Missiles
04.03.16 09:33

Global Security

While Northrop Grumman’s shadowy B-21 stealth bomber will be the most capable penetrating strike aircraft ever developed, even the celebrated new warplane won’t be able to guarantee access into the most heavily defended airspace around the globe. That’s why the Pentagon is insisting that it needs to develop the Long Range Stand-Off (LRSO) nuclear-tipped cruise missile to assure America’s nuclear deterrent against Russia and China.

National Interest
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South Korea, US launch formal talks on deploying THAAD
04.03.16 09:30

Global Security

South Korea and the United States officially launched a joint working group Friday to discuss the idea of deploying an advanced missile defense shield in the Northeast Asian country, the Defense Ministry in Seoul said.

Asia Times Online
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U.N. official says at least 50,000 dead in South Sudan war
03.03.16 10:31

Africa

At least 50,000 people have been killed in South Sudans two-year civil war, a senior United Nations official said on Wednesday, a five-fold increase in the death toll given by humanitarian agencies in the early months of the conflict.

Reuters
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The Iran Deal and the US-Japan Alliance
03.03.16 09:58

Iran

The deal has removed a thorn in the side of the U.S.-Japan relationship.

The Diplomat
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India’s 2016 Budget: Politics Meets Economics
03.03.16 09:53

Asia rising

India’s 2016 budget shows that some things never change in Indian politics.

The Diplomat
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U.S. Proposes Reviving Naval Coalition to Balance China’s Expansion
03.03.16 09:47

Global Security

The chief of the United States Pacific Command, Adm. Harry B. Harris Jr., on Wednesday proposed reviving an informal strategic coalition made up of the navies of Japan, Australia, India and the United States, an experiment that collapsed a decade ago because of diplomatic protests from China.

The New York Times
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The most important events in 2015
11.02.16 11:11

Middle East

2015 saw some truly far-reaching changes in the international geopolitical situation. So that we can get a thoroughly concise picture, we will try to outline the most significant events that took place last year, and thereby also sketch out our civilization’s future development.

Muslim Politic
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Yemeni government forces push into province around capital: tribal sources
21.12.15 20:21

Middle East

Forces loyal to Yemens government fought their way into the province surrounding the capital on Monday, tribal sources said, the closest they have advanced toward Sanaa since the Houthi movement seized it in September last year.

Reuters
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U.S. troops killed in Afghanistan attack: U.S. official
21.12.15 20:19

Iraq War, "War on terror"

American troops were killed on Monday when a suicide bomber attacked a joint NATO-Afghan patrol near Bagram air base in Afghanistan, a U.S. official told Reuters, speaking on the condition of anonymity.

Reuters
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Chinese Submarine Simulates Cruise Missile Attack on US Aircraft Carrier
21.12.15 20:15

Global Security

A Chinese attack sub purportedly used the USS Ronald Reagan for ‘targeting practice’ near the Sea of Japan.

The Diplomat
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USA Builds Airbase in the Kurdish Region in Syria
20.12.15 12:08

Global Security

The United States is building its first airbase in Syria. It is supposed to be located in the northern Kurdish region. The Americans apparently do not want to continue to leave the military operations in the region to the NATO partner Turkey.

southfront.org
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The Limits of Agricultural Reform in North Korea
20.12.15 12:07

Asia rising

As long as North Korea’s agriculture continues to be centrally planned by the state, it can only improve so much

The Diplomat
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19.12.2015 Yemen Crisis News
20.12.15 12:02

Middle East

The Houthi alliance onducted several retaliatory missile attacks against Saudi Arabia’s key military bases and positions in Jizan province on Friday, inflicting heavy losses on the kingdom’s forces. Yemen’s Tochka ballistic missiles hit the Saudi army’s gathering centers in Jizan province. Qaher-I missile hit the Saudi forces’ bases in Najran. Tochka ballistic missile also hit the pro-Hadi forces’ positions in Ma’rib.

southfront.org
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WTO: India “utterly disappointed” Doha mandate not reaffirmed
20.12.15 12:01

Economics

India has said it is “utterly disappointed” that the Doha Development Agenda (DDA) was not completed at a ministerial meet of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) in Nairobi.

BRICS Media Limited
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Brazil’s recession to ‘deepen’ in 2016
20.12.15 12:00

Americas on the move

Brazil is facing a perfect storm of bad economic and political developments which threaten to make 2016 one of the hardest periods the country has faced in decades.

BRICS Media Limited
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