By Aaron Kesel A senior Chinese military official, Dai Xu (戴旭), has threatened U.S. Navy vessels in the South China Sea, recommending that China should attack the ships. Meanwhile, the U.S. Air Force also  ran an annual “joint forcible entry drill” in the night skies over the U.S. on Sunday,Read More →

By Jason Ditz Trump backs away from calling spending levels ‘crazy’ a week ago. (ANTIWAR.COM) On Monday, President Trump seemed to be positioning himself against Pentagon calls for spending increases, saying that the spending levels are already “crazy” and that he didn’t envision the 2020 military budget should exceed $700 billion, despite PentagonRead More →

By Brandon Turbeville Despite Western claims that the armed invasion against the legitimate and secular Syrian government was organic native to Syria, the facts have repeatedly proven just the opposite. For instance, it has long been known that, from day one, armed groups had been organized, trained, armed, and directedRead More →

By Aaron Kesel The U.S. is looking to run a Navy operation commandeering a Navy warship into the Black Sea in defiance of Russia which risks a sharp rise in tensions between Ukraine, Moscow and the U.S., CNN reported. The Pentagon has asked the State Department to request permission from Turkey toRead More →

By Aaron Kesel Ukraine’s President, Peter Poroshenko, has accused Russia of having 80,000 troops, 1,400 artillery and missile systems, 900 tanks, 2,300 armored vehicles, 500 planes and 300 helicopters stationed on its border in Crimea. Meanwhile, NATO has accused Moscow of breaching the 1987 Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty, which banned land-based nuclearRead More →

By Nicholas West After decades of tech companies and the U.S. military overlapping in a variety of ways, it appears that the largest of them are ready to openly declare their desire to enhance the power of the state. As Activist Post has covered, Google was the first to drawRead More →

By Peter A. Kirby Geophysical warfare is a vast subject with historical examples going back into ancient Human history. Today it appears to be the main thrust of all the most cutting-edge military technologies. Even though the militaries of today are constantly engaging in it AND it is being usedRead More →

By Aaron Kesel Tensions are rising again between Israel and Syria as the two countries have exchanged missile fire over the past 24 hours. According to The Jerusalem Post, an IDF Spokesperson confirmed that Israel’s air defense system identified a single Syrian surface-to-air missile that fell into Golan Heights after theRead More →