And how mad will China get?
by Sebastien Roblin | The National Interest
On July 8, the U.S. State Department announced it would approve a $2.2 billion arms deal with Taiwan including 108 Abrams main battle tanks and 250 Stinger … Read More
What can it do it?
by Task and Purpose | The National Interest
Just two years after Russian defense contractor Zala Aero first unveiled REX-1 anti-drone system back in 2017, the Kalashnikov Concern subsidiary is back with an girthy update … Read More
Did Megalodon Quit Street Outlaws No Prep Kings Season 3? Rumor has it that this is the case and that he is either done with doing TV show stuff or done with drag racing in general. I go over a … Read More
By firstname.lastname@example.org (Allison Quinn) | The Daily Beast
Filmmaker and conspiracy theorist Oliver Stone has made no secret of his admiration for Russian President Vladimir Putin, but now he has taken it to a whole new level by … Read More
by David Axe | The National Interest
Speaking on May 15, 2019, Putin said the Kremlin would buy scores of Su-57s over the next eight years. If Putin is serious and the Russian defense ministry follows through … Read More
A sad story.
by James M. Roberts | The National Interest
Friedrich Hayek famously observed that socialist central planning puts countries on the road to serfdom.
The latest dead end on that highway to hell—already littered with the human victims … Read More
Many more ships.
by TNI Staff | The National Interest
For example, if “Russia and China combined in the Western Pacific,” the U.S. Navy would probably be on the defensive, a position it has not occupied since the early days … Read More