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Bolton Warns Trump: North Korea ‘Will Never Give Up’ Nukes

Posted by Colin Clark on


“Every day that goes by makes North Korea a more dangerous country,” John Bolton said at CSIS. “When does it become too late? Today is better than tomorrow. Tomorrow is better than the next day.”

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‘Severe Instability:’ Trump Boots Bolton, Third National Security Advisor

Posted by Colin Clark on


Severe instability in the national security establishment raises questions not about the president’s policy judgements, but about the government’s ability to plan for and implement those decisions.

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Aerospace Sales To China Rise; Defense Exports To World Drop: AIA

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


A new Aerospace Industries Association study underlines international interdependence amidst today’s trade wars.

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AFSPC Study, Eye On China, Urges ‘Expansive’ New Strategy

Posted by Theresa Hitchens on


A new AFSPC study posits a possible future — named after ancient Chinese warlord Zhang He — where China dominates space even as human presence vastly expands to the Moon and beyond.

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Transparent & Apolitical: SecDef Esper’s Pledge

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


In a media-wary administration, the big news from Defense Secretary Mark Esper’s formal press briefing was that he actually held one, and pledged to keep doing so.

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‘Desperate Need For Speed’ As Army Takes On Chinese, Russian, ISIS Info Ops

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


The Army wants to move much faster in cyberspace against espionage, subversion, and disinformation — but that means accepting higher risks.

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America Adrift: ‘Bringing The World To Crisis”

Posted by James Kitfield on


The Trump administration has watered down U.S. global leadership to coercive deal-making. The dangerous contours of a world in crisis are now coming into stark relief.

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Talisman Sabre: Land-Based Missiles Vs. China

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


The Army’s experimental Multi-Domain Task Force tested new tactics for Pacific conflict, hand-in-glove with the Marines, Air Force, and Australians.

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Turkey Is Cozying Up To China After F-35 Expulsion, Israelis Warn

Posted by Arie Egozi on


TEL AVIV: The expulsion of Turkey from the F-35 program could lead to closer relations for the NATO ally with China, a move likely to have far-reaching implications in the Middle East, Israeli national security experts say. There is no doubt that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will now strengthen relations with China, says Uzi Rabi,… Keep reading →

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New Digital Strategy: DoD CIO To Oversee All $46.4B In DoD IT

Posted by Barry Rosenberg on


DoD’s IT spending includes “a budget of more than $46.4 billion in fiscal year 2019, roughly 10,000 operational systems, thousands of data centers, tens of thousands of servers, millions of computers and IT devices, and hundreds of thousands of commercial mobile devices.”

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