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‘Private’ firm offers China containerized Space Launch Vehicles; ICBMs next?
Threat and proliferation analysts skipped a heartbeat in April 2010 when a Russian company revealed that they had placed Novator Club long-range land attack and anti-ship cruise missiles in an average maritime shipping container, conceivably turning countless thousands of container cargo ships, flatbed railroad cars and flatbed tractor-trailer trucks into deadly missile attack platforms. Read More.
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Israel’s military intel: Killing of Soleimani ‘most significant’ security development
Iranian Quds force commander Qassem Soleimani was a “dangerous man” and now that he is dead his vision of acting against Israel “is hopeless,” the head of Israeli intelligence said. Read More.
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‘Absolutely a threat to national security’: Pentagon eases access to secret programs
The Pentagon’s decision to make it easier for political appointees and congressional staffers to gain access to the Defense Department’s most secretive programs is being criticized as a major policy shift with consequences for U.S. interests. Read More.
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AUKUS 1: A strategic new alliance or just another ‘pivot’?
On Sept. 15, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and American President Joe Biden announced the formation of a new defense organization, the Australia-United Kingdom-United States or “AUKUS” defense alliance. Read More.
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Top Trump officials: Milley calls undermined ‘whole of government’ approach to China
Former U.S. officials say the Trump administration’s approach to China would have been “completely undermined” by Gen. Mark Milley’s unauthorized phone calls to China’s top general in which, according to a new book by Bob Woodward and Robert Costa, Milley said he would inform China of any U.S. attack. Read More.
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Former CIA analyst: U.S. officials politicized intelligence, damaged national security
Conventional wisdom in America's political-media establishment holds that, like the JFK assassination, the 2020 presidential election will forever remain an unsolved mystery. Read More.
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Haitian invasion: 10,000 migrants in Del Rio, Texas amid Biden 'stand down' order
At least 10,000 mostly Haitian migrants (joined by Cubans and other nationalities) have crossed the Rio Grande and occupied "a massive beachhead" near Del Rio, Texas, a report said, adding that hundreds more are pouring across the open border on an hourly basis amid an "obvious" Border Patrol "stand down order." Read More.
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U.S. intelligence retools for new focus on emerging Chinese threat, influence ops
China’s rapid advancement on the conventional and nuclear fronts, in space, in cyber warfare and especially in influence operations have led to a major retooling of U.S. intelligence agencies, the chief of the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) said. Read More.
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Former DNI Ratcliffe: ‘Joe Biden is the greatest national security threat we face’
Joe Biden's disastrous handling of the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan has "breathed new life" into the worldwide Islamic terrorist movement and U.S. intelligence officials will not know the damaging extent of Biden’s actions for “a long, long time to come,” former Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe said. Read More.
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Dumb intel: U.S. agencies report back on Wuhan and they are all of 2 minds
There are 17 agencies that make up the U.S. intelligence community. An intelligence assessment of where Covid-19 originated was ordered by President Joe Biden three months ago. Read More.
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House bill takes aim at CCP’s unchallenged global influence operations
China’s widespread and surprisingly effective global influence activities have gone largely unchallenged by the U.S. government despite the creation several years ago of the State Department’s Global Engagement Center, a unit in charge of countering foreign influence campaigns. Read More.
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Lunar war for global control: U.S., China plan satellite networks to secure bases
For the United States and China it is not enough simply to send people to the Moon, they must be supported by a network of lunar satellites to assure constant, reliable communication, navigation and very likely, surveillance. Read More.
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Russian exercises, Taliban win tilt strategic balance to China over India
Russia seeks to pursue a balanced strategic relationship with its major partners Communist China and democratic India. Read More.
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A tale of two ‘massive’ U.S. intelligence failures
It is evident from the Taliban's quick takeover of Afghanistan and China's uninterrupted drive for world supremacy that the United States has suffered unforgivable intelligence failures, the former chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence said. Read More.
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CCP firms shamelessly copy space tech from conflicted entrepreneurs, Bezos and Musk
On Aug. 13, billionaire Jeff Bezos notified a federal court that he will soon sue the National Aerospace and Science Administration (NASA) over its April 16 decision to award $2.9 billion in funding for the next United States Moon lander to the SpaceX Corporation of Billionaire Elon Musk, over that proposed by Bezos’ company Blue Origin. Read More.

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