The unpredictability with which America is acting abroad is troubling, especially because it gives the impression that, right now in the White House, there is very little geopolitical strategy and a rather large dose of frivolity. The launch on Afghanistan of the most powerful non-nuclear bomb in the American arsenal [Read more]
We should all be ashamed that the war in Syria is still going on.
A pre-emptive strike is an irresponsible and reckless idea that asks us to risk a second Korean War to remove a potential threat to America.
Ultimately, what has fed this war is the manner in which it has been communicated.
The ability of white people to compete socially has fallen.
Using military force without presenting clear proof to organizations like the U.N. Security Council is going too far.
If there is no expectation of great success inside the country, it is time to win a loud and cost-effective victory in the international arena.
In light of the possible attack on North Korea, I will share a few thoughts. Without any political analysis, purely from a technical military standpoint: the balance of power and weighing of threats, so to speak.
1) If the United States does decide to attack North Korea, there will be no talk of a ground operation [Read more]
Recently, the USS Carl Vinson aircraft carrier’s strike team only pretended to visit the North Korean Peninsula, which has led to a buzz of public opinion, while the peninsula’s gunfire has gradually proceeded. However, it is worth noting that, on April 21, foreign media stated, “The Chinese military, especially [Read more]
Trump’s military ambitions and his temptation to use force are considerable.