The People’s Republic of China (PRC) is engaged in a dangerous and destabilizing game as it works to at least double the size of its nuclear arsenal this decade.
Following further review of Sudan’s progress, on December 14, the United States removed Sudan from its State Sponsor of Terrorism list.
Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Qods-Force is the Iranian regime’s primary arm for executing its policy of supporting terrorist and insurgent groups.
The United States is imposing sanctions on the Turkish government’s Presidency of Defense Industries for procuring the S-400 surface-to-air missile system from Rosoboronexport, Russia’s main arms export entity.
The CCP has been particularly active on American college campuses in an effort to exert influence through funding and steal valuable research:
Heroin and cocaine traffickers from Asia and South America take advantage of Sub-Saharan Africa’s limited infrastructure allowing narcotics to flow over borders undetected.
Acting Defense Secretary Christopher Miller announced the United States’ intention to draw down U.S. troops in both Afghanistan and Iraq. By January 15, 2021, there will be 2,500 U.S. troops in each country.
Slovenia designated Hezbollah in its entirety as a terrorist organization, rejecting the false distinction between Hezbollah’s political and military wings.
Secretary Pompeo praised Bahrain for signing the historic Abraham Accords, which normalize relations with Israel.
Most recently, the State Department designated al-Shabaab senior leaders Abdullahi Osman Mohamed and Maalim Ayman as Specially Designated Global Terrorists.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo expressed confidence that more nations would join the Abraham Accords and unify in opposition to the Iranian regime.
The increased flow of data enabled by 5G’s greater bandwidth means a greater exposure to attacks and untrusted countries and companies, especially those beholden to authoritarian governments like the Chinese Communist Party,