Threat News

July 2, 2015

New Pacific Russian Nuclear Missile Submarine Facility Could Open by October

U.S. Naval Institute: Upgrades to the Russian Navy’s ballistic nuclear missile submarine (SSBN) base in the Pacific could be

June 30, 2015

Park urges military readiness against N. Korean provocations

Yonhap: President Park Geun-hye called on the military Tuesday to maintain its readiness to deter any possible provocation from

June 29, 2015

Iran, Russia bodies sign civilian missile MoU

Mehr News Agency: Russia’s biggest defense contractor, Almaz-Antey said it had signed a non-military agreement with Iran’s Center for

June 26, 2015

Russia tests Hypersonic Strike vehicle

MINA: Moscow is developing a new, ultra-high speed strategic attack vehicle similar to China’s hypersonic weapon, according to military analysts.

June 26, 2015

Russia To Ready Prototype Of New Heavy Intercontinental Ballistic Missile By October

International Business Times: Russia is currently working on a prototype of the Sarmat heavy intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), which

June 23, 2015

Russian company shows new man-portable air-defense missile

United Press International: A next-generation man-portable air defense system from KBM R&P Corp. has made its public debut in Russia.

June 23, 2015

Russia and Belarus to Conduct S-400 Air Defense Drills in East Siberia, 40 Jets and Helicopters to be Involved

International Business Times: Russia and Belarus will take part in joint exercises in east Siberia to test Moscow’s advanced S-400

June 22, 2015

Carter: NATO Must Stand Together Against Russia Aggression

New York Times: Defense Secretary Ash Carter called on Germany and other NATO allies to stand together in the

June 22, 2015

What a Yemeni Missile Teaches Us About the Iran Deal

Defense One: One may be forgiven for not noticing that Saudi Arabia on June 6 used Patriot missiles to

June 17, 2015

North Korea: The Other Anti-Access Threat?

The Diplomat: When we think about anti-access warfighting concepts, we typically think of China. Think again. The technologies that