Air forces are run by pilots, and they like to fly planes, but what happened in Saudi Arabia two weeks ago will finally give the civilian authorities arguments that the aviators cannot resist or ignore.
Big shifts in the military balance happen quietly over many years, and then leap suddenly into focus when the shooting starts, writes Gwynne Dyer. On Sept. 14, 2019, drones and missiles were used to attack two state-owned Saudi oil processing facilities. The Houthi movement claimed responsibility for the attacks, but Saudi Arabia blamed Iran. Iran officials denied any involvement in the attack. Screen capture image courtesy of BBC
LONDON, U.K.—Big shifts in the military balance happen quietly over many years, and then leap suddenly into focus when the shooting starts.
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Democracy, Terrorism and Killer Robots: Embassy News covers the 2015 Halifax International Security Forum The Halifax International Security Forum is one of the world’s biggest gatherings of defence and security leaders.
If Joe Biden wins the U.S. presidency, he will be constrained in the use of unilateral tariffs, say experts, while Donald Trump's re-election may leave Canada once again targeted by national security tariffs.
A former national security adviser to the prime minister says 'if this country wants the national security agencies to worry about a pandemic, then they need to raise it on the list of priorities set by cabinet.'