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May 3, 2016

China and Russia to Hold First Computer-Enabled Missile Defense Exercise in May

The Diplomat: China and Russia will hold their first computer-assisted missile defense drill in May, according to the press

April 29, 2016

‘China Helping Pakistan With Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles’

Outlook India: A top US lawmaker has alleged that China was helping Pakistan with intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) and

April 28, 2016

Conflicting reports on Russian sale of S-400 missile defense system to India

Russian Times: Russia and India are yet to sign a contract for the supply of advanced S-400 air defense systems

April 18, 2016

The Obama Doctrine: The U.S. president talks through his hardest decisions about America’s role in the world.

The Atlantic: Friday, august 30, 2013, the day the feckless Barack Obama brought to a premature end America’s reign

April 18, 2016

Iran unveils S-300 missile defence system at Army Day parade

The Telegraph: Iran used its annual Army Day parade on Sunday to showcase parts of a long-awaited air defence system

April 11, 2016

Russian army to get sixth S-400 missile system by year end – Defense Ministry

TASS: Russia’s Aerospace Forces will receive by the end of this year the sixth set of the S-400 Triumph

April 11, 2016

India Successfully Tests Intermediate-Range Nuclear-Capable Submarine-Launched Ballistic Missile

The Diplomat: India’s Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) has once again test-fired the K-4 nuclear-capable submarine-launched ballistic missile

April 8, 2016

Kerry meets with Gulf counterparts in Bahrain

The National: Abu Dhabi // Key regional conflicts topped the agenda as US secretary of state John Kerry arrived

March 30, 2016

US Allies Seek to Manage China on North Korean Sanctions

Voice of America: When the leaders from the United States, Japan and South Korea meet in Washington on Thursday

March 30, 2016

Those ‘free rider’ allies are finally paying up

Bloomberg: Defense alliances are complicated things, but in the U.S. we have bipartisan clarity on one thing: Our allies