A lack of innovation, insufficient resources and overall complacency is threatening to upend the once undisputed strength of the U.S. military to the point where “it might struggle to win, or perhaps lose, a war against China or Russia,” a newly published report from a bipartisan commission analyzing President Trump’s national security strategy warned.
Concerns are increasing that North Korea is deceptively surging ahead with its ballistic missile program – despite historic diplomacy negotiations with the United States – according to satellite imagery released last week, which purports to show sixteen covert bases. For one of North Korea’s most outspoken activists, there is only one solution to his homeland’s problem.
As the full slate of US-imposed sanctions on Iran kicks back into effect on Monday – as a consequence of the Trump administration pulling out of the Iran Nuclear Deal in May – civil unrest is expected to only deepen across the economically embattled nation. But from the vantage point of several Iranian women long opposed to the reigning religious regime, such unrest and protest is the only way to bring about change; even if it means life on the run as a labeled “terrorist.”