Category Japan

Inside The Shadowy North Korean Espionage Agencies Accused Of Killing Kim Jong-Nam

Inside The Shadowy North Korean Espionage Agencies Accused Of Killing Kim Jong-Nam news.asiaone.com View Original February 24th, 2017 SEOUL – The bizarre assassination of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s estranged half-brother marks a departure from the isolated country’s repertoire of overseas operations, according to experts on its opaque ruling structures. Kim Jong Nam died last week […]

UPDATE/AMENDMENT TO EARLIER Article: ‘Did Hitler Have A Nuclear Bomb?’

UPDATE/AMENDMENT TO EARLIER Article:  ‘Did Hitler Have A Nuclear Bomb?’        One of my blog followers commented that “the U.S. and the U.K. took all the senior German scientists and engineers working on the bomb to the U.K. [in the immediate aftermath of the war] and kept them at an estate for a […]

Did Hitler Have A NUCLEAR BOMB? Newly Declassified U.S Documents Suggest Suggest The Nazi’s Successfully Tested A Nuke Before The End Of WWII; What If Hitler Had Successfully Developed The Atomic Bomb?

Did Hitler Have A NUCLEAR BOMB?   Newly Declassified U.S Documents Suggest Suggest The Nazi’s Successfully Tested A Nuke Before The End Of WWII;  What If Hitler Had Successfully Developed The Atomic Bomb?   www.fortunascorner.com         Allan Hall, Berlin correspondent for the Daily Mail Online, has an article on the publications website (February […]

The Wars of Today And Tomorrow: A Conversation With Douglas Lute

The Wars of Today And Tomorrow: A Conversation With Douglas Lute  Feb 18, 2017  GSSR  Europe, In The News, International Security, Military & Defense  0 http://georgetownsecuritystudiesreview.org/2017/02/18/the-wars-of-today-and-tomorrow-a-conversation-with-douglas-lute/ By: Will Chim, Reporter Photo Credit: United States Institute of Peace (USIP) This month, the United States Institute of Peace hosted a discussion event with Douglas Lute to discuss “the wars of today and tomorrow”. […]

CBS News Is Reporting That Secretary Of The Navy Nominee, Philip Bilden Is Likely To Withdraw His Nomination

CBS News Is Reporting That Secretary Of The Navy Nominee, Philip Bilden Is Likely To Withdraw His Nomination   http://www.fortunascorner.com        Major Garrett writes on CBS News’s website this evening, February 17, 2017, that Navy Secretary nominee, Philip Bilden is set to withdraw his nomination, perhaps as early as this weekend, according to […]

Did North Korea Just Launch A Chinese Missile?

Did North Korea Just Launch A Chinese Missile? Gordon G. Chang February 15, 2017 nationalinterest.org View Original On Sunday morning, North Korea launched an intermediate-range missile high into the atmosphere. It fell into the Sea of Japan about five hundred kilometers downrange. Pyongyang identified the missile as a Pukguksong-2, and claimed it was developed by […]

Assassi-Nation: History Of North Korea’s State [Sanctioned] Killings

Assassi-Nation: History Of North Korea’s State [Sanctioned] Killings February 15th, 2017 If North Korean agents are responsible for the assassination of Kim Jong-Nam, the estranged half-brother of North Korea’s leader, it would be the latest in a long line of targeted killings by the isolated state. Kim, whose younger brother Kim Jong-Un has ruled North […]

North Korea’s ‘Game Changing’ New Missile Is More Stable, More Efficient – And Harder To Detect

North Korea’s ‘Game Changing’ New Missile Is More Stable, More Efficient – And Harder To Detect 4 Comments The Pukguksong-2 is launched Credit: KCNA/KCNA Julian Ryall, Tokyo 13 February 2017 • 12:24pm The new type of intermediate-range ballistic missile launched by North Korea on Sunday is a “game changer”, according to analysts, because it uses […]

Detachment A: Clandestine Special Forces Missions From Berlin To Iran

Detachment A: Clandestine Special Forces Missions From Berlin To Iran By Det-a Book Authors, www.detachment-a.org View Original February 6th, 2017 It was the early 1970’s, at Andrews Barracks in Berlin, where a stern looking Special Forces Sergeant Major paced down the hallway for roll call. Daily army accountability formations are normally held outside, but due to the […]

North Korea Aggression Must Be Halted

Excerpt: Although routine threats from Pyongyang have become commonplace, we should not forget the 46 sailors killed when in 2010 North Korea sank a South Korean Navy corvette, or the 1987 detonation of a bomb planted by North Korea in Korean Air Flight 858, killing 115 passengers and crew members; or the 1983 assassination attempt […]