South Korean President Moon Jae-in had agreed on the need for a summit meeting with the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) during his presidential election campaign, the spy agency chief nominee said Monday.
A review conducted by the Office of Inspector General (OIG) for the US Department of State and Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) revealed a number of infractions in the inner workings of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL).
Last week, National Interest contributor Kris Osborn wrote that the US Air Force expects to receive its first hypersonic weapons starting in the mid-2020s, and that by the mid-2040s, the Pentagon may have a hypersonic strike platform at its disposal. Russian military analyst Vladimir Tuchkov explains why these estimates may be a tad overoptimistic.
On Friday, veteran Polish-American geo-strategist and statesman Zbigniew Brzezinski passed away at the age of 89. Ukrainian political commentator Rostislav Ishchenko explains why in spite of his lifelong efforts promoting and developing deeply anti-Soviet, and later anti-Russian geopolitical strategies, the old cold warrior was worthy of respect.
The sky over Mars may soon be shrouded by clouds: a scientist from the Russian city of Arkhangelsk has just patented a novel invention for creating an atmosphere on Mars. According to the researcher, it will help to control the weather on the Red Planet making colonization possible.
Military vehicles rumble across training ranges in Russia as the country celebrates its annual Military Driver's Day.
US President Donald Trump has returned home to opposition in the US Senate and sliding approval ratings.
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