- Quad's ambition on UN reform likely leads to nowhere
- The Quad was established as a security dialogue at the beginning, and it has gradually been shaped into an organization involving cooperation in multiple spheres. The urge for a UN reform can be considered a breakthrough for the group, as it is more evident than ever that the Quad countries hope for a bigger say in the global community.
- Why America's "new alliance system" is doomed to fail
- This means that the new alliance system that the US has in mind with China and Russia as the imaginary enemies is essentially a loose system of values rather than an all-around alliance system encompassing values as well as political, military and economic aspects like during the Cold War.
- Britain issues first space power document
- Analysts believe that this marks that the development of the British military's space force construction has entered an "acceleration period". However, due to the limitation of its own strength, the UK's space force still faces many difficulties in its development.
- US seeking hegemony with nuclear force to harm other countries and itself
- It is reported the US has possessed 5,428 nuclear warheads as of January 2022, ranking top in the world. The US nuclear strikes mainly include three types, that is, with land-based intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs), submarine-launched ballistic missiles and strategic bombers, forming a 3-D nuclear strike system of land, sea and air. In addition, the US has a large number of small tactical nuclear weapons. Data show that the US has about 400 nuclear bombs, which can be carried and dropped by multi-model fighter jets.
- U.S. reaffirms 'ironclad commitment' to Japan's defense
- Vice President Kamala Harris reaffirmed the ironclad commitment of the U.S. to Japan's defense, the White House said in a statement on Monday after the vice president met with Japanese Prime Minister Kishida Fumio in Tokyo.