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Not ‘Lone Wolves’ After All: How ISIS Guides Plots By Remote Control

Not ‘Lone Wolves’ After All: How ISIS Guides Plots by Remote Control The New York Times · by RUKMINI CALLIMACHI · February 4, 2017 The authorities in India say a group of men plotting a terrorist attack in Hyderabad were instructed by an Islamic State handler to collect explosives material from this spot on the outskirts of the […]

Pakistan’s Ex-Army Chief General Raheel Sharif Joins Saudi Arabia-Led Military Coalition

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/pakistan/pakistans-ex-army-chief-joins-saudi-arabia-led-military-coalition/articleshow/56391182.cms?utm_source=toimobile&utm_medium=Email&utm_campaign=referral Pakistan’s Ex-Army Chief General Raheel Sharif joins Saudi Arabia-Led Military Coalition  Jan 7, 2017, 04.56PM IST ISLAMABAD:  General Raheel Sharif, the former Pakistani army chief, will now head the Saudi Arabia-led 39-nation military coalition formed to serve as a platform for security cooperation and combat terrorism. The decision to appoint Gen (retd) Raheel, who […]

‘Shadow Brokers’ Reveal List Of Servers Hacked By The NSA; China, Japan, And Korea The Top 3 Targeted Countries; 49 Total Countries, Including: China, Japan, Germany, Korea, India, Italy, Mexico, Spain, Taiwan, & Russia

‘Shadow Brokers’ Reveal List Of Servers Hacked By The NSA; China, Japan, And Korea The Top 3 Targeted Countries; 49 Total Countries, Including: China, Japan, Germany, Korea, India, Italy, Mexico, Spain, Taiwan, & Russia   http://www.fortunascorner.com        Swati Khandelwal writes in the October 31, 2016 edition of The Hacker News, that the hacker […]

Hypersonic Threats: The Need for a Realistic Assessment

http://carnegie.ru/2016/08/09/hypersonic-threats-need-for-realistic-assessment/j3is   Carnegie Moscow   Hypersonic Threats: The Need for a Realistic Assessment   VLADIMIR DVORKIN Article August 9, 2016   Against a backdrop of Russian, Chinese, and U.S. strides in science and technology, trilateral consultations could help address potential threats from new weapons. Russia, the United States, China, and India are the prime movers […]

Moscow And Delhi To Invest $8 Billion In 5th Generation Fighters

Moscow And Delhi To Invest $8 Billion In 5th Generation Fighters Published time: 25 Jan, 2016 10:12 Get short URL T-50 fifth-generation multirole fighter © Alexander Vilf / Sputnik 41 The Indian Air Force (IAF) and Russian aircraft manufacturer Sukhoi have agreed to develop an Indo-Russian fifth generation fighter aircraft (FGFA). Negotiators made a breakthrough […]

The Paris Attacks Combined More Than A Decade Of Terrorist Tactics Into One Night

The Paris Attacks Combined More Than A Decade Of Terrorist Tactics Into One Night by Thomas Gibbons-Neff  Nov. 14, 2015  2 min read  original A wounded man is evacuated from the Stade de France outside of Paris. (Ian Langsdon/European Pressphoto Agency) Well-armed gunmen attacked six different locations across Paris on Friday night in one of the most horrific […]

The Pakistan Nuclear Nightmare

As a first step, one American official said, Pakistan would have to stop pursuing tactical nuclear weapons, which are more likely to be used in a conflict with India and could more easily fall into the hands of terrorists, and halt development of long-range missiles. Pakistan should also sign the treaty banning nuclear weapons tests. […]

Reviving America’s Nuclear Culture: The Bomb Turns 70 And The World Faces A New Nuclear Future

  Michael Auslin Reviving America’s Nuclear Culture The bomb turns 70, and the world faces a new nuclear future. September 3, 2015 Photo by United States Department of Defense (SSGT Phil Schmitten) Of all the exhibits of horror in Hiroshima’s Peace Memorial Museum—twisted bicycles, melted eyeglasses, burned rubble—one stopped me in my tracks. It was […]

Indian Article Analyzes Japan’s Formidable Military Space-Based Observation Capabilities

  10/01/2014 Indian Article Analyzes Japan’s Formidable Military Space-Based Observation Capabilities New Delhi Defence and Diplomacy in English 01 Oct 14 Vol 4 No1 pp 41-50 [Article by KK Nair, wing commander and research fellow at the Centre for Air Power Studies, New Delhi: “India’s Military Space Command: Lessons From Japan’s Proposed Military Space Force”] […]

Nuclear Security Panel Includes Current, Former Congress Memebers

NUCLEAR SECURITY PANEL INCLUDES CURRENT, FORMER CONGRESS MEMBERS http://www.georgetown.edu/ news/nuclear-security-panel- discussion-story.html MARCH 17, 2015 -U.S. REP. JEFF FORTENBERRY (R-Nebraska), a Georgetown alumnus who co-chairs the Congressional Nuclear Security Caucus, was joined by three of the world’s leading voices on nuclear security for a panel discussion at the university last night. Sponsored by the Center for Security Studies […]