Carter will have to adapt, get used to the fact that the world has ceased to be unipolar.
It is the lack of strategic mutual trust that has the greatest effect on the health and stable development of the military relationship.
The Pentagon develops a new strategy of containment for Moscow.
U.S. Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter has made a statement that nearly all the world’s media have sensationally reported: “We won’t hold back from supporting capable partners in opportunistic attacks against ISIL, or conducting such missions directly whether by strikes from the air or direct action on the [Read more]
'The US should not be sending the wrong signals to Taiwanese independence forces.'
The West cannot seem to switch gears and understand that the new Cold War is here to stay.
In short, with the Pentagon’s new strategy, the U.S. has added a new piece in the construction of its cyberdefense structure and has taken one step further – if there was not sufficient evidence before – to militarize cyberspace.
Useless words are dancing around. That’s the uncontrollable impression I’m getting.
Defense Minister Gen. Nakatani held a discussion with U.S. Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter. In the press conference, Nakatani said in regard to Marine Corps Air Station Futenma that its relocation to Henoko in the city of Nago [Read more]
Democrat Ashton Carter will succeed Chuck Hagel as secretary of defense. Is Obama the only one making the decisions regarding nominations and strategies? That doesn’t seem to be the case.
In 2011, Ashton B. Carter rose to the position of deputy secretary of defense. As a bookish technocrat, in the past half-decade his primary political achievements have been his relatively successful management of the army's withdrawal from Afghanistan and the allocation of funds to where they were most needed at a time [Read more]