Threat News

February 27, 2015

N. Korea has already taken steps toward fielding KN-08 ICBM: U.S. intelligence chief

Yonhap News: WASHINGTON, Feb. 26 (Yonhap) — The United States believes North Korea has already taken steps toward deploying the

February 26, 2015

UN: North Korea Renamed Ships to Evade Sanctions

Voice of America: A United Nations report says a North Korea shipping company, which has in the past been caught

February 26, 2015

Breedlove: Russia, Violent Extremism Challenge Europe

DoD News: WASHINGTON, Feb. 25, 2015 – Europe faces a different and more challenging security environment than it did just

February 26, 2015

What’s the Status of North Korea’s ICBM?

The Diplomat: Back in April 2012, North Korea paraded six KN-08 intercontinental ballistic missiles on top of a 16-wheeled transporter-erector-launcher

February 26, 2015

Iran to test-fire 20 new missiles in Persian Gulf

Press TV: Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) has launched massive war games in the Strait of Hormuz in the Persian Gulf to the south

February 25, 2015

Iran bombards ‘mock’ US aircraft carrier in naval drills

RT: Iran has staged naval war games in an important sea channel, including an attack on a mock US warship.

February 25, 2015

From Russia Without Love: Russians Parade A Mock Ballistic Missile for Obama.

Forbes: With the Kremlin labeling the West an enemy, the country’s militaristic spirit — subdued after the fall of the

February 25, 2015

Report: North Korea’s Nuclear Weapons Stockpile Could Grow Tenfold by 2020

The Diplomat: A new research project warns that North Korea’s nuclear stockpile could grow from roughly 10-16 nuclear weapons at

February 24, 2015

4 Iranian Threats That Terrorize Saudi Arabia

The National Interest: The Middle East is experiencing unprecedented upheaval, and by all indications the region is likely to remain

February 20, 2015

Iran’s Partnership With North Korea On Nukes And Missiles May Scuttle Any Deal

Forbes: The agreement  the U.S. is hammering out with Iran for downsizing Iran’s nuclear program seems to be leaving one