U.S. Air Force base produces 3D-printed parts for America’s biggest military airplane

The U.S. Air Force Travis base in California for the first time produce 3D-printed aircraft parts…

U.S. Air Force awards $200 million contract for advanced aircraft defensive systems

The U.S. Air Force has awarded defense contractor Northrop Grumman a $200 million contract to deliver…

In Afghanistan, Is Sirajuddin Haqqani Ready for Peace?

BY MELISSA SKORKA In peace talks with the Afghan Taliban, the United States should not fail…

Will Hong Kong Survive China’s Crackdown?

by Doug BandowPerhaps the greatest threat to liberty is disorder. Not because chaos necessarily begets violence. But…

How a Crackdown in Hong Kong Would Reverberate, From Shanghai to Taiwan

Howard W. French A drive to the airport in Shanghai from an outlying suburb earlier this…

Deterring Hybrid Threats: The Need for a More Rational Debate

By Michael Rühle Michael Rühle writes that following Russia’s use of hybrid warfare in Ukraine, it wouldn’t…

The World Is Reaping the Chaos the British Empire Sowed

In Jammu and Kashmir, nearly 2,500 miles away, the Indian government has suddenly revoked the region’s…

Artificial Intelligence: A new weapon in the cyber security arms race

Satish ThiagarajanThe cyber security threat is constant and real. Entire businesses, large enterprises and even whole…

In a First, Russia Talks of UN Resolutions on Kashmir

Moscow’s support for India in the UN came with a twist – a reference to Security…

Sri Lanka’s Maritime Security Dilemma

August 16, 2019 by Natasha Fernando Within the broad category of maritime security—which encompasses dealing with…