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Sunday's announcement that the CCP may get rid of presidential term limits opens the door to full-on Maoist-style rule for Xi Jinping.
China and Russia are sending aircraft and naval vessels into Japanese territory, and the two countries show no sign of slowing down.
"If we had to pick one year for a big unexpected crisis — the geopolitical equivalent of the 2008 financial meltdown — it feels like 2018."
President Donald Trump has approved a controversial part of an arms sale to Ukraine that includes FGM-148 Javelin anti-tank missile systems.
A former US soldier in Afghanistan returned to the country after 8 years — and thinks next year will ‘be the bloodiest to date’
Marty Skovlund Jr., a veteren of the 1st Ranger Battalion who deployed to Afghanistan recently reurned to Afghanistan as a reporter last November
A massive investigation accuses Obama of laying off a terror group for the Iran deal — and the reaction is split
The DEA was reportedly prevented by the Obama administration from carrying out an investigation that could have been a blow to Hezbollah.
Saudi Arabia has one of the most impressive arsenals in the world, large ambitions, and a very capable rival. What it doesn't have is realistic capability.
The former professional basketball player turned aspiring diplomat claims he knows what Kim Kong Un wants, and that "It’s not even that much."
Bosnian War general Slobodan Praljak died of a heart attack after drinking cyanide as his conviction and sentence for war crimes.
The Karakurt-class corvette is a good investment for Russia and "can hold most of Europe at risk with cruise missiles."