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U.S., China, Others Build Bases In Djibouti – What Could Go Wrong?

U.S., China, Others Build Bases In Djibouti – What Could Go Wrong? thecipherbrief.com · May 30, 2017 May 30, 2017 | Kaitlin Lavinder Photo: U.S. Navy/Drae Parker The Newsletter Get exclusive analysis delivered to your inbox daily. subscribe now The small East African country of Djibouti – which sits on the Bab-el-Mandeb Strait, a gateway to the Suez […]

U.S., S. Korea Begin Installing THAAD, Stepping Up Pressure On The North

U.S., S. Korea Begin Installing THAAD, Stepping Up Pressure On The North www.stripes.com View Original April 25th, 2017 SEOUL, South Korea – Washington and Seoul began installing an advanced U.S. missile defense system Wednesday, stepping up pressure on the North as the communist state defiantly persists with its nuclear weapons program. The United States and […]

U.S., UK Cybersecurity Officials: Destructive Hacks Are Coming

U.S., UK Cybersecurity Officials: Destructive Hacks Are Coming Stars and Stripes By RAPHAEL SATTER | Associated Press | Published: October 19, 2016 LONDON – The world should brace itself for more physically destructive hacks, two senior cybersecurity officials said Wednesday, warning that a more dangerous era of hacking was already upon us. Paul Chichester, the […]

U.S., UK to Create Joint Cyber Cell, Conduct Exercises

White House Says U.S., UK to Create Joint Cyber Cell, Conduct Exercises © REUTERS/ Kacper Pempel/Files Military & Intelligence 22:48 16.01.2015 (updated 23:17 16.01.2015) White House stated that the United States and the United Kingdom are working on establishing a joint cyber cell that will help two countries improve cooperation on cyber security. WASHINGTON, January […]

South Korea, U.S., Japan To Share Intel On North Korea

South Korea, U.S., Japan To Share Intel On North Korea By HYUNG-JIN KIM Dec. 26, 2014 4:16 AM EST More from POLITICO Magazine » Ash Carter faces a double-barreled challenge if he’s the next Defense secretary: leading a Pentagon handicapped by a Congress unwilling to go along with military-proposed spending reforms and working within the […]

U.S., South Korea to Detail Wartime Military Command Plans

IINSTP Informal Institute for National Security Thinkers and Practitioners – News from the Associate Director, Security Studies Program David Maxwell: I hope with the concussion of the Security Consultative Meeting (SCM) and Military Committee Meeting (MCM) as well as the 2+2 talks we can finally put this OPCON transfer issue to bed. But I am […]

U.S., South Korea Sources Say North Korea Has SLBM Ambitions

U.S., South Korean Sources Suggest North Has SLBM Ambitions Richard D Fisher Jr, Washington, DC – IHS Jane’s Defence Weekly 22 September 2014 http://www.janes.com/images/assets/551/43551/1568377_-_main.jpg The Pon’gae-6 appears to use a tube closer in size to the Chinese HQ-9 or the Russian S-300. Source: KCNA US and South Korean sources have claimed that North Korea is […]

U.S., Iran Experts Dispute Nuclear Bomb ‘Breakout’ Timeline

U.S., Iran Experts Dispute Nuclear Bomb ‘Breakout’ Timeline The United Nations headquarters building is pictured in Vienna / Reuters BY: Reuters June 19, 2014 9:36 am By Fredrik Dahl VIENNA (Reuters) – A U.S. security institute estimates that Iran could amass material for a nuclear bomb in three months or less while Iranian experts cite […]

U.S., China Discussing Emergency In North Korea

U.S., China Discussing Emergency in N.Korea http://english.chosun.com/ site/data/html_dir/2014/05/15/ 2014051501580.html The U.S. and China are discussing “all kinds of contingencies” in North Korea, the chief U.S. nuclear negotiator Glyn Davies said Tuesday. Davies was speaking to reporters after a seminar at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington. It was unprecedented for a senior […]

U.S. Resolve, True Crisis In The Asia/Pacific

The True Crisis in the Asia-Pacific By Michael MazzaTuesday, April 23, 2013 Filed under: World Watch http://american.com/archive/2013/april/the-true-crisis-in-the-asia-pacific The Asia-Pacific’s most dangerous crisis may be going overlooked due to North Korean threats. Despite the Obama administration’s ‘pivot’ to the region, Asian allies worry that the United States will not continue to be a steadfast partner. North […]