South East Asia

Pakistan Army Conducts Successful Test Launch of Surface-to-Surface Babur Cruise Missile

Pakistan Army on Thursday successfully test-fired a short range surface-to-surface ballistic missile capable of hitting land and sea targets with ‘high precision’ up to 450 kilometers away, a press release by the Inter-Services Public Relations said. The Babur cruise missile IA was launched from a “state of the art Multi …

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Tuberville Wants Biden to Retaliate Against China for Sanctions Against Trump Officials

Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R., Ala.) is demanding answers from the Biden administration on what is being done in response to China’s sanctions on Trump administration officials, according to a Wednesday letter obtained exclusively by the Washington Free Beacon.

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China’s Sea of Conflict

President Joseph Biden Jr’s.administration faces a host of difficult problems, but in foreign policy its thornist will be its relations with the People’s Republic of China (PRC). How it handles issues of trade, security and human rights will either allow both countries to hammer out a working relationship or pull …

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7th Fleet Destroyer Conducts Freedom of Navigation Operation in South China Sea

USS John S. McCain (DDG 56) asserted navigational rights and freedoms in the vicinity of the Paracel Islands, consistent with international law. This freedom of navigation operation (“FONOP”) upheld the rights, freedoms and lawful uses of the sea recognized in international law by challenging the unlawful restrictions on innocent passage …

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Al Qaeda’s leader in Yemen under arrest, UN report reveals

The leader of al Qaeda’s affiliate in Yemen has been under arrest for several months, the United Nations disclosed Thursday in a development that may have opened up a goldmine of information for counterterrorism agencies in their campaign against the global al Qaeda network.

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