Warfare 10 articles

Hiroshima and Nagasaki: The Legacy

August 6th and August 9th passed by this year without much fanfare.  Once upon a time, the world marked these two dates with solemnity, mourning, and remembrance. And for good reason. On August 6th, 1945, American forces dropped the first atomic bomb on the city of Hiroshima, Japan.  Three days later, it dropped a second […]

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India’s CCTV Spy Network, Part 2 of 2

[This is Part Two of a 2-part series of articles about how India is rolling out a patchwork of unregulated government-driven integrated video and face recognition biometric identification systems that trade citizen privacy for questionable national security.] As stated in Part One, cities in India are contracting out the development and maintenance of networks of […]

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India’s CCTV Spy Network, Part 1 of 2

This is Part One of a 2-part series of articles about India’s recent efforts to introduce integrated video and face recognition biometric identification systems across their vast and populous nation.] Cities across the vast and diverse country of India, once a British colony, are stepping up their crime-stopping efforts by inviting technology providers to bid […]

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Portland Considers Unmasking Antifa Thugs

Faced with a growing backlash progressive politicians in Portland, Oregon, are considering a law that would make it illegal for demonstrators to wear masks of any kind during protests. The surprise “common-sense” approach by elected officials is in response to the continued violence within the city created by masked Antifa demonstrators clashing with opponents, and […]

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Trump’s Historic Steps into North Korea

Whatever the outcome, historians will look back on June 30th, 2019 as the day both President Donald Trump and North Korean Dictator Kim Jong-un, took those first few steps towards total denuclearization of the Korean peninsula. It may not happen while President Trump is in office; however, many believe it WILL happen. Trump’s actions are […]

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Iran Downs US Drone Declares Its “Ready For War!”

The heightened tensions within the Strait of Hormuz has just reached a fevered pitch, after Iran’s Revolutionary Guard admitted publicly it shot down a U.S. drone on Thursday — apparently attempting  to provoke America into an armed confrontation. In fact, Iran declared hours after it downed the American drone with a surface-to-air-missile that it was […]

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D-Day: 75 years later

Much like the millions of mighty buffalo’s that once roamed the Great Plains of America in vast herds, the “Greatest Generation” are now few in number. However watching those frail old men humbly standing behind our Commander and Chief, in a place called Normandy, one couldn’t help but wonder if it were not for their […]

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