While it's easy to dismiss the rhetoric of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un as the ravings of a madman, world leaders appear to hold a different view.
Russian news agencies have reported a successful firing test of the mach 8 hypersonic Zircon missile.
(and they say they've already tested it on a US warship)...(Natural News) A Russian news outlet claimed the country has an electronic signal jamming weapon that could disable planes, ships, and missiles, according to an article published in TheSun
Assured Ukraine Sanctions Against Russia Won't Change
In the twenty-ninth edition of the Russian Newspapers Monitor, Professor Filip Kovacevic discusses the articles from four Russian newspapers: Izvestia, Nezavisimaya Gazeta, Pravda and Argumenty i Fakty.
The USSR didn't just fail one day, as does a person who dies of a sudden heart attack or stroke. It was more like a wasting illness brought on by an unhealthy lifestyle.
Oil Production Prohibited by US Sanctions
What drives the behavior of Great Powers?
Tension Builds: Vladimir Putin Mobilizes Troops and Equipment To North Korean Border: "Fears U.S. Is Preparing To Attack"
There is an old saying in war. "No battle plan ever survives contact with the enemy."
It may have arrived with little fanfare, but Russia's SWIFT alternative has, more or less, arrived.
Russian aircraft never entered US airspace and it is unknown at this time whether the US Air Force scrambled any aircraft in response to either occurrence.
Know What to Expect From Trump"...Whether you're talking about politics, war, or economics, you will find no shortage of commentary from people who claim to be giving you sound advice, but are really just telling you what you want to hear.
THE NEW COLD WAR Inside Russia's top-secret Arctic base which Vladimir Putin has filled with nuclear-armed warplanes and REINDEER-riding special forces
Military Marker… Seeks To Claim Oil and Gas Reserves" The global chess game never seems to end, and with Russia's latest military move the situation in the oil and gas laden Arctic region of the globe is likely to increase tensions even more.
Nuclear-capable bombers come closer to U.S. than any other time during Trump presidency
As the tensions between world powers reach a tipping point, multiple sources now report that military moves are being made by China, Russia, and the USA, all appearing to head in the direction of the Korean Peninsula.
Russian state television has claimed US President Donald Trump is more dangerous than North Korea's supreme commander, Kim Jong-un, in an apparent indication that Moscow's opinion of the Republican has shifted.
Russia's new hypersonic anti-ship Zircon missile has reached eight times the speed of sound (about 6100 mph) during the test, a source with Russia's defense sector told TASS.
Video has been released allegedly showing a mass military mobilization in Vladivostok, Russia, just eight miles from the border with North Korea, as the world edges towards war.
If you really look deeply at the "moral justification" behind the recent U.S. military strike in Syria, it all comes down to this simple argument: "Those children were being hurt by chemical violence, and we just HAD to do something to stop th
From "what's so bad about getting along with Russia" to "Russia helped Syria gas civilians" and back, this Administration's Russia policy is all over the place. How can we explain such inconsistencies?
size of Texas. (Natural News) It's strange, but for some reason, millions of Americans, including many members of the Republican Party, seem to have developed a bizarre infatuation for Russia and Vladimir Putin.
Tillerson meets Putin - and leaves without even a snapshot to show for it: Kremlin snubs U.S. as relations freeze
In a partisan age, the American media likes to report on any seemingly bipartisan agreement, and has an interest in subtly cheering any US military campaign, despite its size or scope, because it almost always leads to increased ratings. Yet in their
Italy and Germany stood firm against Anglo-Americans
The Chinese are reliable, the Germans are not, it's that simple