Blinken Warns Journalists Against ‘Even Setting Foot’ In Russia Secretary of State Antony Blinken in a Tuesday press conference had warned journalists against “even setting foot” in Russia, following the arrest on espionage charges of Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich. “And I think it sends a very strong message to people around the world… Continue reading Blinken Warns Journalists Against ‘Even Setting Foot’ In Russia
The list of Taiwan’s diplomatic allies in Latin America continues to shrink as China tightens its grip on the region. Though beyond trade maneuvers, some analysts believe China’s isolation of Taiwan in the region also aims to secure favorable “votes” before taking aggressive action against the island nation. The assessment couldn’t be more timely. On… Continue reading China Using ‘Checkbook Diplomacy’ in Latin America to Alienate Taiwan as Invasion Threat Rises: Analysts
Protecting U.S. satellites will be one of the major challenges in space warfare, according to top U.S. generals. The primary threats come from potential first strikes by China and Russia, both of which have advanced space capabilities, Gen. B. Chance Saltzman, chief of space operations for the U.S. Space Force, told attendees at an April… Continue reading US Space Force Generals Work to Counter China’s ‘Maneuverable’ Anti-Satellite Missiles
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) softened his earlier stance on Saudi Arabia following what he described as a “very productive” meeting with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and his senior leadership team on April 12. In a Twitter thread after the meeting, Graham said that “the opportunity to enhance the U.S.–Saudi relationship is real and… Continue reading Graham Praises ‘Very Productive’ Meeting With Saudi Crown Prince
A United States Navy guided-missile destroyer cruised near a Chinese man-made military outpost in the West Philippine Sea on Monday, drawing condemnation from China, which described the warship’s entry into the waters as an “illegal” intrusion. The USS Milius conducted a freedom of navigation operation within 12 nautical miles or 22 kilometers of Panganiban (Mischief) Reef, a Chinese military base… Continue reading US warship cruises near China outpost in West Philippine Sea
Sen. Ted Cruz blasted President Biden’s foreign policy on Wednesday in response to French President Emmanuel Macron’s recent kowtow to China.
The recent leak of classified U.S. documents by unknown actors could be a “targeted disinformation” campaign designed to “mislead” Moscow, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov has said. When asked by reporters about Moscow’s position on the source, motive, and authenticity of the documents, he said: “We don’t have a position.” “It may be interesting… Continue reading Intelligence Leaks Could Be ‘Targeted Disinformation,’ Top Russian Official Asserts
The U.S. and several other NATO countries sent special forces to Ukraine, according to leaked Defense Department documents that have been spread on social media. The release of the classified material has triggered investigations by the Justice Department and the Pentagon itself.
Tesla’s announcement to build a megapack factory in Shanghai has prompted questions about the American electric carmaker’s dependency on China, and a U.S. representative finds it “very concerning.” “Tesla seems entirely dependent, A, on the largesse of the federal government via tax breaks, and B, upon access to the Chinese market,” Rep. Mike Gallagher (R-Wis.)… Continue reading Tesla’s Dependency on China ‘Very Concerning’: US House Committee Chair
News Analysis The ammunition is running low, casualties are immense, medicine and other critical supplies have not come for weeks, and a nuclear attack on the American homeland is imminent. It is a dramatic scene, more closely resembling a Hollywood drama than any war that the United States has actually fought in the last half-century.… Continue reading Is the US Ready for a Potential War With China?