It probably isn’t a good sign when the global political situation is such that the September issue of ARMY magazine is offering some of the most astute analysis out there.
“The consequences of globalization have created both winners—those integrated into the global network and benefitting from that integration, and losers—those who, though fully aware of the process of integration, cannot integrate and so are cut off from its benefits.” So writes retired Army Lt. Gen. James Dubik.
He’s right. He doesn’t say so, but this also goes a long way toward explaining our domestic political situation.
HANOI (Reuters) - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un told the U.S. secretary of state he did not want his children to live with the burden of nuclear weapons, a former CIA officer involved in high-level diplomacy over the North's weapons was quoted as saying on Saturday.
An Oregon Air National Guard F-15C Eagle that made an emergency landing on Wednesday ditched its entire arsenal of live air-to-air missiles before touching down at Portland International Airport, The War Zone reports.
President Donald Trump announced in December that he would withdraw all U.S. troops from Syria, but Sen. Lindsey Graham has since made a strong push to keep a small residual force along the Turkish border along with troops from European allies.
The former Navy SEAL among a group of eight men arrested earlier this week in Port-au-Prince on weapons charges says he was providing security work "for people who are directly connected to the current President" of Haiti.
"We were being used as pawns in a public fight between him and the current Prime Minister of Haiti," said Chris Osman, 44, in a post on Instagram Friday. "We were not released we were in fact rescued."