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Patriot Missiles Aren’t the Answer for Ukrainian Air Defense
1 year ago by [deleted] to /s/WarWatch from nationalinterest.org
The Causes and Consequences of the Ukraine Crisis
Mourning a Lost War: Why Nation-Building Failed in Afghanistan. Gen. Frank McKenzie: “I think we took our eye off the ball in Afghanistan [and] why we were there, to prevent Al Qaeda from striking our country … it grew into something much larger: an attempt to impose a form of government, a state.”
1 year ago by Chipit to /s/WorldNews from nationalinterest.org
No Matter Who Wins Ukraine, America Has Already Lost
1 year ago by raven9 to /s/WarWatch from nationalinterest.org
Colombia’s First Leftist President Will Restore Ties With Venezuela.
1 year ago by HibikiBlack to /s/vzla from nationalinterest.org
They just outright say it. "GLADIO: An Insurance Policy to Keep NATO Free." This was the NATO-sponsored terrorist group that killed civilians during the Cold War. They then used false flag tactics to pin the blame for their own terrorist attacks on others.
Did the M16 Rifle Totally Fail During the Vietnam War?
1 year ago by 1000wombats to /s/firearms from nationalinterest.org
The Pentagon is Planning on Russian Help in Case of Alien Invasion
1 year ago by Drewski to /s/conspiracy from nationalinterest.org
Europe's Afghan Crime Wave Is Mind-Boggling. Afghans stand out among the refugees committing crimes in Austria and elsewhere. Why? At first, the incidents were downplayed or hushed up—no one wanted to provide the right wing with fodder for nationalist agitation.
2 years ago by Chipit to /s/Europe from nationalinterest.org
I've Worked with Refugees for Decades. Europe's Afghan Crime Wave Is Mind-Boggling.
2 years ago by jet199 to /s/Europe from amp.nationalinterest.org
A Historian Told Us Why Woodrow Wilson Was the Worst U.S. President Ever
2 years ago by Zapped to /s/history from nationalinterest.org
Taiwan's Tanks Managed to Do What Hitler's Mighty Panzers Failed to Do at Normandy. The hero of the battle would always remain the little M4 Stuart tanks, commemorated as the “Bears of Kinmen.” Crushing an invasion while it was still on the beach, ensuring the survival of the Republic of China.
2 years ago by Chipit to /s/history from nationalinterest.org
LongShot Attack Drone: The U.S. Military's Ultimate Stealth Weapon?
2 years ago by killerjavi98 to /s/Military from nationalinterest.org
China has plans for the Venezuelan Navy.
2 years ago by HibikiBlack to /s/vzla from nationalinterest.org
This is the story of the little-known Radio Intelligence Division of the Federal Communications Commission and how it played a key role in establishing initial contact between General Douglas MacArthur and the Japanese in order to formalize surrender and arrange the ceremony aboard the Missouri.
3 years ago by Chipit to /s/history from nationalinterest.org
Can America Successfully Repel a Chinese Invasion of Taiwan?
3 years ago by Sw0rdofDam0cles to /s/USPolitics from nationalinterest.org
DARPA Is Working To Hedge Against The End Of Stealth Technology
3 years ago by killerjavi98 to /s/technology from nationalinterest.org
TIL that the longest known sniper kill occurred in 2017. A member of the Canadian special forces smoked an ISIS fighter at 3,871 yards, which is over 2 miles.
3 years ago by aThievingStableboy to /s/TIL from nationalinterest.org
Montenegro Moves Onto Next Phase of Highway Project and Further Into China’s Debt Trap
3 years ago by [deleted] to /s/Europe from nationalinterest.org
Gambling with 80 Million Lives: Why Erdoğan Lied about Coronavirus
3 years ago by [deleted] to /s/WorldNews from nationalinterest.org
The Story of the Deadly Anthrax Outbreak Russia Didn't Want the World Discovering
China's Economy Is Smaller Than You Think
3 years ago by [deleted] to /s/economy from nationalinterest.org
The EU prepares for Brexit: the new generation of German U-boats use hydrogen fuel cells for power, which allows them to operate nearly silently for weeks at a time without using expensive nuclear reactors.
3 years ago by Chipit to /s/Europe from nationalinterest.org
I'll Be Back: Germany is a Submarine Power, Again. "The secret sauce in the new generation of German subs is the use of hydrogen fuel cells for power, which allows subs to operate nearly silently for weeks at a time without using expensive nuclear reactors."
3 years ago by Chop_Chop to /s/Hydrogen from nationalinterest.org
Is the German Navy Making a Comeback? "The secret sauce in the new generation of German submarines is the use of hydrogen fuel cells for power, which allows submarines to operate nearly silently for weeks at a time without using expensive nuclear reactors."
FBI Didn't Tell Surveillance Court That Carter Page Was 'Operational Contact' For CIA With 'Positive Assessment'
3 years ago by TheWebOfSlime to /s/Intelligence from nationalinterest.org
When This Soviet Submarine Sank, The CIA Was There To Pick Up The Pieces (And An Intelligence Victory)
Senate to Hold Surveillance Abuse Hearing in Three Weeks
Solving the Mystery: Where Did North Korea Get Its Missiles?
Australia's Futuristic Submarine Could Be A Real Budget Buster
3 years ago by useless_aether to /s/WarWatch from nationalinterest.org
This Elite Tank Division Would be North Korea's Secret Weapon in a War
4 years ago by Kangbanger to /s/WarWatch from nationalinterest.org
The U.S. Air Force's Secret X-37B Space Plane: A War Machine?
4 years ago by TheWebOfSlime to /s/news from nationalinterest.org
Israel's Forgotten Battle Against North Korean MiG-21s
4 years ago by Stankmango to /s/DownTheMemoryHole from nationalinterest.org
The Tariff Threat Against Mexico Could be Trump's Riskiest Bet Yet
4 years ago by Stankmango to /s/WorldNews from nationalinterest.org
US Navy Ballistic Missile Submarines Have Never Been More Vulnerable to a Surprise Attack. Strategic Bomber Bases are Reduced From 45 During the Cold War to Just 3 Today
4 years ago by Stankmango to /s/WarWatch from nationalinterest.org
This Strange Gun Fired Millions of Bullets for Russia, China and North Korea
4 years ago by Kangbanger to /s/communismwatch from nationalinterest.org
The Growing Entente between India and Japan
4 years ago by useless_aether to /s/Geopolitics from nationalinterest.org
The War on Terror's Total Cost: $5,900,000,000,000: And counting. The real question: Is America any safer?
4 years ago by salvia_d to /s/WorldPolitics from nationalinterest.org
4 years ago by salvia_d to /s/conspiracy from nationalinterest.org
Russia’s Deadly Mi-28NM Attack Helicopter Is About to Become An Even Bigger Threat
4 years ago by TheWebOfSlime to /s/WorldNews from nationalinterest.org
Underwater Stealth Swarms?: Introducing China's SeaFly Unmanned Stealth Vessel
The U.S. Air Force of the Future: Hypersonic Weapons, Swarm Strikes and Stealth Fighters
4 years ago by Vigte to /s/technology from nationalinterest.org
This Is How the Navy Plans to Kill Almost Anything Under Water
The Air Force F-22 Has Two New Weapons. Here's What They Can Do.
4 years ago by useless_aether to /s/WarWatch from nationalinterest.org
AI Weapons Are Here to Stay
5 years ago by useless_aether to /s/Geopolitics from nationalinterest.org