The U.S. and Russia Must Cooperate to Prevent Nuclear Terrorism
A recent report from NATO asks a frightening question “Could the Islamic State go nuclear?” It’s not an idle question, as U.S. Pres. Barack Obama described nuclear terrorism as “the single biggest threat to U.S. security.” To address this risk, the United States hosted a major nuclear security summit from March 31 to April 1 in Washington, D.C. There was... Read more
Will the Ceasefire in Syria Hold?
After five years of brutal civil war in Syria, is there finally light at the end of the tunnel? A new ceasefire deal brokered by the United States and Russia in late February offers some hope. The terms of the deal require the Americans and Russians to bring their... Read more
If Russia Is Supplying Weapons to Hezbollah — Watch Out
As its relationships with the United States, Europe and Turkey have deteriorated since its interventions in Ukraine and Syria, one country Moscow remained on good terms with is Israel. This reflects the increasingly friendly Russian-Israeli relationship since Pres. Vladimir Putin first burst on the scene. Putin visited Israel twice — in... Read more
To Exploit U.S. Gaps, Russia Preps for Electronic Warfare
Much has been written about the weakness of the Russian military. Commentators describe it as a “paper tiger” that would not be effective against the more advanced weaponry of NATO. Even Pres. Barack Obama boasts that the American military is superior to Russia’s. When it comes to traditional conventional weapons... Read more
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