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A South China Sea Explosion: Why China Might Go ‘Rogue’ on...

If there ever was a time to follow the always action-packed South China Sea showdown, mark your calendar for July 12th. Why this specific date? Well,...

Hezbollah is now a full-fledged army thanks to Russia

For now its focus is on the Syrian civil war, where it is sustaining heavy losses, but the Lebanese Shiite terror group has become...

Awesome Russian firepower on display as Putin taunts West over Crimea

VLADIMIR Putin has brazenly taunted the West over his illegal annexation of Crimea with an impressive air display over the former-Ukrainian peninsula.  Stunts performed by...

NATO plans to station rotating force near Russia border

NATO has announced plans to station a rotating force near the border with Russia amid allegations made by members of the Western military alliance...

‘Withdraw your troops from Iraq,’ Russia tells Turkey after Ankara’s criticism

Russia demands that Turkey withdraw its troops from Iraq, the RIA news agency quotedRussian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov as saying on May 31.  "This ...

U.S. says North Korea’s nuclear ambitions on table in China talks

The United States plans to use upcoming talks with top Chinese officials to discuss ways to bring greater pressure to bear on North Korea...

US holds joint war games in Romania amidst missile shield rift...

Just days after switching on an $800-million missile shield in Romania, the US looks like further incurring the wrath of Russia by holding military...

5 reasons why US antimissiles in Europe threaten Russia

Russia has opposed America’s plans to deploy antimissile systems close to its borders for decades. Washington says the system would not compromise Russia’s security,...

Kim Jong-Un declares nuclear weapons ‘will bring the final victory of...

North Korea kicked off the first congress of its ruling Workers' Party in 36 years today by hailing its 'prestige' as a nuclear power...

‘Resurgent Russia’: New hardline NATO Europe commander raises hackles in Moscow

NATO's new chief military commander in Europe, Curtis Scaparrotti, vowed to continue his predecessor's policy of opposing Russia. In Moscow he is seen as...