Thursday, May 26, 2022

Ukraine compromises?

Pressuring Ukraine to give up territory won't serve the cause of a lasting peace. The Russians have regained some initiative and the Ukrainians retain major ambition. Putin would use a pro-Russian compromise now to extract further concessions without reciprocity

Wednesday, May 25, 2022


Biden rightly rules out removing the IRGC from the terrorist list. To have given Iran's premier terrorist outlet a pass would have been to endorse its war on America.

Tuesday, May 24, 2022

Monday, May 23, 2022

Biden's Taiwan statement poses complex challenges, Review: Ariel Phenomenon

Biden's Taiwan statement increases pressure on China and the U.S. military. The president pledged to defend Taiwan. But that's an increasingly complicated pledge to make.

Review: Ariel Phenomenon. A new documentary considers a 1994 incident in which more than 60 school children claimed to witness a UFO in their Zimbabwe school yard.

Tuesday, May 10, 2022

UFO Congress, Putin vs. West

UFOs go to Congress. 5 questions which need answering.

In Victory Day speech, Putin seeks Russian unity for long term struggle against the West. The Russian leader appeared to suggest a sustained downturn in relations with the West.

Friday, May 6, 2022

NATO Ukraine, Russian generals

What NATO has learned from the war in Ukraine. The alliance is likely to adapt its tactics and strategy for contesting a prospective Russian invasion.

The U.S. shouldn't pretend it isn't helping Ukraine to kill Russian generals. It clearly is doing so. And is right to do so.

Wednesday, May 4, 2022

Javelins and China, Kim's message

Forget the Javelin shortages, the Pentagon and defense contractors aren't ready for China. The military procurement process remains a disaster in many cases.

Kim Jong Un fires an ICBM reminder into Biden's inbox. North Korea wants to remind the White House that it deserves attention and, it hopes, concessions.

Monday, May 2, 2022

Russia's nuclear rhetoric

Russia's nuclear rhetoric has a reality problem. The Russian federation would not be able to survive a nuclear war with the West. The West, however, likely would survive.