The U.S. Is Not Yet Ready for the Era of 'Great Power' Conflict
Clint Hinote returned from a deployment in Baghdad in the spring of 2018 to a new assignment and a staggering realization. A classified Pentagon wargame simulated a Chinese push to take control of the South China Sea. The Air Force officer, charged with plotting the service's future, learned that China's well-stocked missile force had rained down on the bases and ports the U.S.
Putin's Secret Weapon on Energy: an Ex-Morgan Stanley Banker
Russia urgently needs to develop new markets for its oil and gas companies, with Western sanctions cutting into the backbone of its economy. It's relying on a 37-year-old former Morgan Stanley banker to keep profits flowing.
Why are young liberals so depressed?
Fresh episode of Bad Takes is out today, all about the war on fake license plates. Earlier this month the CDC released the results of its Youth Risk Behavior Survey of American teenagers. The findings have been much discussed, with the focus largely and understandably on the fact that teenage girls are suffering from extraordinarily high levels of sadness and depression.
WSJ News Exclusive | U.S. to Expand Troop Presence in Taiwan for Training Against China Threat
WASHINGTON-The U.S. is markedly increasing the number of troops deployed to Taiwan, more than quadrupling the current number to bolster a training program for the island's military amid a rising threat from China. The U.S. plans to deploy between 100 and 200 troops to the island in the coming months, up from roughly 30 there a year ago, according to U.S.
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