As the Obama years begin winding down, senior Pentagon officials have belatedly noticed that potential enemies are closing the gap with America in military technology. Deputy Secretary of Defense Robert Work told a Washington audience earlier this...
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The Dragon waited for the right time to fly again and the eagle is stranded on the ground. Democrats never much cared for the “military-industrial complex”.
India and Pakistan began accession to a regional security group led by China and Russia on Friday after two days of summits which President Vladimir Putin held up as evidence Moscow is not isolated in...
BBC News Syria Peace Talks Exclude Important Parties to the Conflict Wall Street Journal MONTREUX, Switzerland—As Syria's regime and members of the opposition prepare to open their first talks to try to end the civil war, some of the most powerful...
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Business continues...one wonders why there is lip service only.
WASHINGTON—While Europe and the United States have suffered their worst economic downturns in 75 years, most major Latin American economies weathered the crisis with limited damage before embarking on strong recoveries. An important new book published by the Peterson Institute for International Economics explains why countries that were once the cautionary examples of high inflation, financial crises, and macroeconomic mismanagement have fared so well, so far. The book,How Latin America Weathered the Global Financial Crisis, by José De Gregorio, former governor of the Central Bank of Chile and nonresident senior fellow at the Peterson Institute, also discusses the lessons that can be learned by the rest of the world in the years ahead.
Via Guy Taylor and Rowen Scarborough at the Washington Times: Three years after the Pentagon said it was de-emphasizing Europe in favor of the Asia-Pacific region, NavyAdm. Samuel J. Locklear III said this week that U.S.
The Marine Corps commandant thought to be taking over the Joint Chiefs of Staff told lawmakers Russia was the “greatest threat” to US national security, echoing claims made by Air Force’s civilian chief and the recently published US military strategy.
Investopedia Why You Should Pay Attention To Africa Right Now Investopedia Historically, Africa has been seen as a wild frontier for investors. However, today, the continent is brimming with investment potential.
For months, rumors have been floating that China is building a second aircrafit carrier. It is not a fact. Reuters cites Chinese and Hong Kong media reports that China is building its second aircraft carrier, which is expected to take six years.
ChristianToday CAR: At a crossroads of conflict Aljazeera.com CAR: At a crossroads of conflict. Can intervention from European Union troops bolster African efforts to bring an end to sectarian violence?
For the first time in the 20 years the Heritage Foundation and the Wall Street Journal have complied their annual “Index of Economic Freedom,” the United States no longer occupies a spot among the top ten nations.
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