On Thursday, January 22, Yemen’s President Ahmed Rabbo Mansour Hadi, along with the entire Yemeni government, resigned in the face of the continuing feud with the Houthi rebels. Several power-sharing View More ›
This year’s State of the Union address contained 6493 words, and only 855 of those were dedicated to foreign policy and national security.
Since French combat forces gave way to the current 9000-strong United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali, war has continued raging in the desert north of the country with no signs of peace on the horizon.
You see, Moore is nobody. He’s never put his fat ass on the line in any way, shape or form. He’s a comfortable, rich assclown who’s never accomplished anything worthwhile in his life.
The key to winning wars, or simply managing chaos, is understanding not only what is going on, but why, and how it has been dealt with in the past.
Terrorism strikes Paris, the heart of cultural Europe, and Europeans awaken from a very dangerous sleep. What happened in Paris shows that European Union governments have failed their policy against the View More ›
When thinking about big-picture-type ideas, I try to set aside (as best I can) my preconceived notions/ideas of societal norms and morality. I try to come at the problem, whatever View More ›
On February 22, 2014, Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, head of the Sinaloa Cartel, was captured in his beachside house in Mazatlan by Mexican Marines. It was the culmination of a View More ›
There has been a lot of conjecture as to why the Tactical Assault Group – East (TAG-E) were not used as the resolution force for this attack. Before I explore View More ›
If governments or media continually fail to diagnose these events as being Islamic-driven, albeit a radicalized version of the faith, then how effective are subsequent counter-radicalization and counterterrorism strategies going to be?