It still remains unclear whether it’s the Pentagon’s negligence or a well-calculated scheme that facilitates the “uncontrolled” spread of US weapons across the Middle East, Africa and Central Asia, RIA Novosti contributor Alexander Khrolenko writes.
RT/Moscow: A newly released declassified audit from the US Department of Defense shows that negligent accounting by the military has resulted in the Pentagon not knowing what happened to more than $1 billion in arms and equipment meant for the Iraqi Army.
A US senator has censured the whopping $110 billion weapons deal President Donald Trump signed with the Saudi kingdom, insisting that Washington is trusting a regime with “the worst human rights record” in the region to bring peace to the Middle East.
Trump has vowed to stimulate the U.S. military-industrial complex and boost manufacturing jobs by offering Riyadh major weapons deals.
Worldwide arms trade has risen to its highest level since the Cold War in the last five years, driven by a demand from the Middle East and Asia, a study said Monday.
Sputnik/Moscow: President Donald Trump may modify the US nuclear doctrine, Russian military analyst Alexander Perendzhiev told RIA Novosti. The Obama administration’s nuclear strategy could be supplemented with new provisions on nuclear arms modernization. The expert believes that Trump will also seek to involve Beijing into strategic nuclear arms reduction. Farewell, ‘Legend’! US Decommissions Its First […]
By Sajjad Shaukat for Veterans Today It is most regrettable that by ignoring the modern global trends like renunciation of war, disarmament, peaceful settlement of disputes and economic development, India has activated dangerous arms race in South Asia. In this respect, India test-fired its longest range surface-to-surface nuclear ballistic missile Agni-5 from the Abdul […]
With decades of imperialist meddling around the world and a culture defined by hyper-militarism, it’s no surprise the United States yet again topped the list of global weapons sales last year, signing deals worth about US$40 billion, according to a new congressional study.
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump sowed more doubt about his position on nuclear proliferation on Friday, reportedly welcoming an arms race even as his spokesman insisted that an atomic weapons build-up was not likely to happen.
Recent findings have revealed that the Takfiri Daesh terrorist group in Iraq is manufacturing weapons on an industrial scale, with products largely purchased in bulk from Turkey. The London-based Conflict Armaments Research reported on Wednesday that Daesh has maintained a “robust and reliable” supply chain between Turkey and Iraq, enabling its members to produce tens […]
Jim W. Dean – I can’t help but believe that at some point NATO is not going to remain immune to its member states so fragrantly aiding and abetting terrorism on wholesale level.
China should “significantly” increase military spending and build more nuclear weapons as a response to US President-elect Donald Trump, an editorial in the nationalistic Global Times newspaper said Thursday.
The Government has rejected calls by two parliamentary committees for it to stop the sale of British bombs to Saudi Arabia’s armed forces in Yemen.
Russia is ready to urge the Syrian government to let Al-Nusra Front militants exit Aleppo with their weapons, as proposed by the UN envoy to Syria, Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov says.
The US Senate is set to vote on a bipartisan resolution aimed at blocking sale of $1.15 billion worth of military equipment to Saudi Arabia over its war on Yemen.
In 2016, Russia’s arms exports are to reach the level of $15 billion, Deputy Director General of Rosoboronexport, Sergei Goreslavsky said at Army 2016 Forum. Goreslavsky referred to last year’s export performance and said that in 2016, Russia’s arms exports would not be behind the levels of 2015.
East European countries have been approving the sale of large quantities of weapons to countries known to supply Syria, which pass along a new pipeline established for the purpose.
Organization arms control: the Saudi is assaulting the Yemen and it should be banned of arms trading
“Control of arms sales” organization Monday called for major weapons-exporting countries, including the United States, France, to halt its arms sales to Saudi Arabia because of its aggression on Yemen.
When Thatcher took power in 1979 Britain was only 7th or 8th largest arms exporter in the world. By the time she left office in 1991, we were second only to the US of Arms in arms exports. Thatcher destroyed British industry and replaced it with an arms industry – that is why Britain has been involved in one conflict or another since 1991, that is why we are friends with any rotten, evil regime who will pony up the cash for our cluster bombs, land mines and other ‘goodies’.
Ever since Porky Poroshenko the chocolate oligarch was installed into power in Kiev, the fascist junta there has been re-arming and making obvious preparations for war.
© NASA History Office and the NASA JSC Media Services Center International law dictates that countries should engage in the peaceful exploration of space, but the second launch of specialized US satellites last week has all but confirmed that an arms race is brewing outside earth’s atmosphere. TrendsViral The Outer Space Treaty is the product […]
CIA plan to arm Syrian rebels undermined by theft of weapons by Jordanian intelligence agents, officials say.
The leeked documents revealed for frequency Brigadier Obaid Al-Harbi one of the employees of the Saudi Navy Marine base leading by Jubail marine to the United Kingdom for the purpose of the purchase of military materiel to arm the organized Daesh from BAE systems company…
The journalist’s sentence is related to a 2014 incident in which prosecutors uncovered trucks belonging to MIT, Turkey’s national security agency, smuggling weapons for rebels across the border to Syria.
If this story is accurate and the US arms industry is dead, then the implications are dire indeed for Americans as there is precious little industry other than arms making left in the USA – it is a warfare economy.
Erdogan seems hell-bent on overtaking Netanyahu as the greatest liar of modern times. Turkey knows exactly who is supplying the terrorists and what they are supplying because Turkey is deeply involved in supporting and supplying said terrorists and the arms and supplies pass through Turkey on their way to the head choppers.
Vice-Chairman of the Syrian Journalists’ Union Mostafa Meqdad said that chemical plants in Iraq are producing chemical weapons for the terrorists in Syria, confirming the remarks by Russian President Vladimir Putin who had revealed the involvement of certain groups in Iraq in the production of such weapons.
Foreign-national terrorist, trained and supplied in Turkey, have entered the territories of Northern Aleppo in groups to join the al-Qaeda-affiliated al-Nusra Front.