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    Threat Of Chinese ‘Acquisition’ Of US Nuclear Tech Worries Washington As The World Moves Towards ‘Third Nuclear Age’

    The Report of the US Congressional Research Service is much more elaborate on the Chinese role in spreading nuclear proliferation, particularly its lack of transparency and double standards.

    US ‘Breaks Silence’ On Russia Buying Afghanistan Weapons; Says Taliban’s Actions Would be ‘Fly In The Face’ Of Its Commitment

    White House National Security Council spokesman John Kirby said on Friday that he cannot confirm reports that the Taliban are considering sending Russia arms left behind by the United States in Afghanistan.

    How China’s Domination of Rare Earth Elements Remains a Threat

    China has an estimated 44 million tons of rare earth reserves. Next in size are Vietnam, Brazil and India with half that amount, while the USA has only about 1.8 million tons.

    ‘Chinese Empire’ Challenged By Indo-Pacific Powers; India, Japan Drills Sends A Message Of Deterrence To Beijing

    Joint air combat drills between Japan and India carry a message of deterrence to China's ambitions. The term Indo-Pacific reflects the importance of India, Australia, and Japan in Washington's strategy for the region.

    Russia’s Biggest Weapon In Ukraine War, Oil & Gas Export, Is Losing Steam; Will Moscow Make ‘Heavy Concessions’ To End The Conflict?

    Will Russia be forced to see reason and make heavy concessions to end the war in Ukraine in 2023 sooner rather than later? The West, led by the United States, appears to think so as Russia’s oil/gas – wealth, the central pillar of the power system controlled by President Vladimir Putin, seems to be diminishing.

    ATACMS & GLSDB: Will US Arm Ukraine With ‘Fearsome’ Long-Range Weapons To Strike Russia In Crimea?

    While this still looks like a very far-fetched possibility, the United States is finally shedding its policy inhibitions and warming up to the idea...

    Was Covid-19 Virus a Bio-Weapon or Natural Pandemic?

    The SARS-CoV-2, better known as COVID-19 is mired under controversy about whether it was a man-made disaster or a natural pandemic.


    Interior Minister Denis Monastyrsky, First Deputy Minister Yevheniy Yenin and Secretary of State Yuriy Lubkovychis have been killed in the crash. Ukraine's Minister of Foreign Affairs Dmytro Kuleba has offered condolences to the families of the victims.

    Army Prepares Roadmap for Infusion of Latest ‘ATMANIRBHAR’ Technologies

    The Northern Command faces the unique challenge of dealing with two adversaries on the borders. The roadmap was prepared at a two-day Northern Command Techno Commanders' Seminar. The seminar worked towards further honing the skills of commanders to exploit technology for future battlefields.

    US Lawmaker Moves Bill To Remove Pakistan As Major Non-NATO Ally

    A US lawmaker has introduced legislation that seeks to terminate Pakistan's designation as a major non-NATO ally.

    Ukrainian Pilot Calls Russia’s R-37M Missile ‘Most Dangerous’

    On January 9, the UK Ministry of Defense (MoD) said in an assessment that Russia is “almost certainly” deploying its most powerful warplane, the Su-57 Felon, in operations against Ukraine in a way that minimizes the risks to the aircraft.

    Indians See US As Biggest Military Threat After China: Survey

    Indians place greater blame on NATO and US than Vladimir Putin for Ukraine crisis. Survey conducted by US-based global business intelligence company Morning Consult.

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