- NATO throws 'nuclear bait' to South Korea
- NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg started his visit to South Korea and Japan on Sunday, but the "gifts" he brings with him aren't good. During his trip to South Korea, he mainly discussed issues related to North Korea. He said that the visit demonstrated "the increased importance of the partnership between NATO and the Republic of Korea."
- US military-industrial complex takes advantage of Ukraine crisis to make big fortune
- Data released by the US State Department on January 25 showed that US arms sales to other countries and regions had a year-over-year increase of nearly 50 percent in Fiscal Year 2022. One important reason is the escalation of the Ukraine crisis. Many analysts pointed out that the conflict between Russia and Ukraine is a tragedy for the world, but American arms dealers have made big fortune out of this crisis.
- World sees more complicated trends in joint military exercises in 2023
- The past year of 2022 has seen an eventful world shrouded in dark clouds of conflicts, with joint military exercises being staged one after another across the world against the background of the yearlong Russia-Ukraine conflict. As confrontation is growing in intensity, military exercises have become more tech-oriented - new technologies are tested, new equipment keeps emerging, and new forces are coming to the fore.
- Sweden confident over NATO membership
- Sweden's prime minister said he is confident that his country's application to join the NATO military alliance will be approved, but it will not meet all the requirements set down by Turkiye, one of the group's most strategically significant members, which currently opposes Sweden joining.