Robotic systems and unmanned vehicles are playing an ever-growing role in the US military -- but don't expect to see Terminator-style droids striding across the battlefield just yet.
Tens of thousands of Japanese are demonstrating over changes to the constitution overturning more than half a century's prohibition on war. The Japanese government wants a more central role in Obama's "pivot to Asia," which is a cover for more US mil
Washington (AFP) - Robotic systems and unmanned vehicles are playing an ever-growing role in the US military -- but don't expect to see Terminator-style droids striding across the battlefield just yet.
RIMPAC 2016. COLIN CLARK for Breaking Defense reports, China, which continues to militarize the fake islands it's creating in the South China Sea, may get uninvited to RIMPAC, the biggest naval exercise in the world.
AP reports, North Korea warned Saturday that its military is ready to attack Seoul's presidential palace unless South Korean President Park Geun-hye apologizes for "treason" and publicly executes officials responsible for what Pyongyang says ar
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Russia is to beef up its military forces all the way from its western border to the Pacific islands amid ongoing strains with the West, the military said Friday.
Sputnik reports, China's newest battleship, currently known as the Type 055 guided missile destroyer, has been shrouded in mystery, but the Shipborne Weapons magazine has recently offered details of what has been dubbed as Asia's largest warship.
Sputnik reports, China plans to initiate 20 space missions this year including the testing of its most sophisticated rocket and the launching of a habitual space module. But security analysts in the US are expressing suspicions they have military im
Even as Pentagon officials have sought to emphasize their claims of ISIS being "on the run," ever more US ground troops are being deployed into Iraq to try to cope with ISIS offensives, with the battle of Makhmur leading to the introduction of US
RT reports, Iran-backed Shiite militia forces in Iraq have strongly opposed new US troops deployed in the country. The militias warned that if Washington does not withdraw its forces "immediately," they will deal with them "as forces of occupat
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US Army announces plans to place munitions stockpiles in Vietnam, Cambodia, and other area countries in a bid to contain the regional expansion of Chinese influence.
TERRITORY . TOM BATCHELOR for the Express reports, ISLAMIC State (ISIS) has been smashed by the major coalition forces who have reclaimed 40 per cent of jihadi heartland in Iraq and another 10 per cent in Syria.
JOEL GEHRKE for the Washington Examiner reports, Russian President Vladimir Putin is deploying nuclear-armed submarines "dangerously close" to the United States and European allies, a Senate Democrat said following a trip to the Arctic Circle.
Rumors are swirling about a secretive Chinese space station built deep in Argentina's Patagonia region.
North Korea has launched short-range projectiles in the direction of the Sea of Japan, South Korean Yonhap News Agency reports.
Officials are finally admitting the F-35 fighter has turned into a nightmare--but it's too late to stop the $400 billion program now.
AP reports, Iran has retrieved thousands of pages of information from devices used by U.S. Navy sailors who were briefly detained in January, the country's state television reported Tuesday.
Sputnik reports, Erdo?an Karaku?, a Chairman of the Turkish Union of retired officers and a Lieutenant-General of the Turkish Air Force, said in an interview with Sputnik, "I hope that soon the incident of the shot down Russian aircraft will be h
TASS reports Russia donated to the Afghan government 10,000 Kalashnikov guns and 2.1 million cartridges in February, Russian Permanent Representative to the United Nations Vitaly Churkin said on Tuesday.
American presstitutes, such as the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal, expressed surprise at Russia's support for the Syrian ceasefire, which Russia has been seeking, by Putin's halt to attacks on the Islamic State and a partial withdrawa
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TOM BATCHELOR of the Express reports, A SUPERFORCE of Russian and US warplanes could finally extinguish Islamic State's dream of a caliphate in Syria after the historic foes made a pact that could turn the tide in the war against terror.
Russia's surprise announcement yesterday that it was beginning a withdrawal from Syria sent shockwaves through Western capitals. Russia considers its mission accomplished and will leave only a small force behind. Will a political solution produce res
Happiness is having your very own atomic bomb. This week we saw pictures of beaming North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, examining either a nuclear model or maybe even the real warhead of a miniaturized nuclear weapon.
Sputnik reports, Barack Obama has tried to escalate tensions with Russia at a time when Moscow is making every effort to bring relations with the United States back to normal,
Anna Fifield for the Washington Post reports, North Korea claimed Sunday that it could wipe out Manhattan by sending a hydrogen bomb on a ballistic missile to the heart of New York City, the latest in a string of brazen threats.
Sputnik reports The United States is allegedly nearing completion of constructing two air bases in Kurdish-held territory on the northeastern and northern edges of Syria, Kurdish media cited military sources as saying.
SINGAPORE ? Legendary investor Jim Rogers called for South Korea to put a greater focus on taking measures to help North Korea open and reform its economy rather than holding war games every year.