- Why US no longer wants to be 'world police'?
- The US has spared no effort in strategically important areas. The Senate Armed Services Committee recently passed a $740 billion National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2021, which for the first time authorizes the establishment of the Pacific Deterrence Initiative fund primarily aimed at China and requires an investigation report on the possible risks of using Huawei technology.
- Why Japan suspends Aegis Ashore deployment?
- On June 16, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe stated that Japan has decided to suspend the plan to deploy the land-based Aegis Ashore ballistic missile defense (BMD) system in the western prefecture of Yamaguchi and northeastern prefecture of Akita. The news, like a blockbuster, has aroused widespread concern both in Japan and abroad.
- Positive progress made in anti-terrorism operations in Sahel region
- Jean-Pierre Lacroix, Under Secretary General of the United Nations Department of Peace Operations said on June 5 that the Joint Force of the Group of Five for the Sahel (G5 Sahel) is strengthening the troop construction and has made "substantial and encouraging progress", and an ongoing major military operation, code-named Sama "progressing well".
- U.S. opposes verification of biological weapon production: Russian FM
- The United States categorically opposes the adoption of a protocol to the convention of banning biological and toxin weapons, which would establish a mechanism to verify compliance by member countries with their obligation not to produce such weapons, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Wednesday.