The 2013 Invasion of Africa
Jan07

The 2013 Invasion of Africa

The United States is making a play for a continent that hasn’t been at the forefront of military deployments since World War II but with the U.S rapidly losing ground to more than one adversary everyday it may be too little and far too late for the presence of troops in Africa to do much of anything. The U.S military machine will be deploying Army infantry and support troops to nearly three dozen African nations this year in an...

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U.S to use Spy Drones over Disputed Islands
Aug16

U.S to use Spy Drones over Disputed Islands

If anyone was unsure of the state of the United States’ alliance with Japan all doubt can now be pushed aside after the U.S announced that it would be using it’s most…

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Obama Ordered Stuxnet
Jun01

Obama Ordered Stuxnet

President Obama was quick to accept cyber attacks as an offensive capability even though the now infamous Stuxnet code broke out of the Natanz nuclear facility in Iran and infiltrated computer systems worldwide according to new reports. Convinced that the Stuxnet virus was still doing damage to Iran, President Obama allowed the attacks to continue. In response to the attacks that Iran originally denied, Iran created its own cyber...

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Who’s The Real Nuclear Threat?
May25

Who’s The Real Nuclear Threat?

The threat of a nuclear armed Iran terrifies Americans who find a potentially nuclear armed Iran more frightening than they did the Soviet Union in 1985. Iran has no nuclear weapons but in 1985 the Soviets had the largest nuke arsenal in the entire world yet somehow Iran is still more terrifying. As Iran submits to inspections and nuclear talks conclude in Baghdad it is important not to get blindsided by the rhetoric. Iran is...

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The Last American Push In Afghanistan
Apr17

The Last American Push In Afghanistan

Updates Australia vowed in an apparent U-turn Thursday to keep combat troops in Afghanistan through 2014 after Prime Minister Julia Gillard had indicated they would come home earlier than planned. Australian Foreign Minister Bob Carr and Defence Minister Stephen Smith made the pledge during talks with NATO counterparts to fine-tune the coalition’s plan to hand security control to Afghans over the next two years. Progress in...

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