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    One Shot: All It Would Take For China to Sink a U.S. Aircraft Carrier?

    The exact extent to which the Chinese DF-17 hypersonic missile can do damage, and the state of its progress toward possible operational service, is still somewhat unknown. But the Navy isn't taking any chances. Could a Chinese-fired hypersonic weapon sink or destroy a U.S. aircraft carrier...
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    Global Naval Powers Ranking 2022

    List of top 33 naval powers in 2022: Source: https://www.wdmmw.org/ranking.php
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    Is Indian Aircraft Carrier a Big Threat for Pakistan Navy?

    The possession of an aircraft carrier is of significant value for any navy. The idea behind the development of an aircraft carrier is to project power at a long distance in peacetime and achieve air dominance at sea during a war. It restricts the adversary warships outside of a designated area...
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    First Look at North Korea’s New Hwasong-17 ICBM Launch: Built to Deliver Nuclear Strikes to Cities Across America

    In the early hours of March 25 North Korea released the first images of its first ever test launch of the Hwasong-17 intercontinental range ballistic missile, which marks its first launch of a missile capable of striking the United States mainland since November 2017 when it imposed moratorium...
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    Putin To Macron: You Say That NATO Is Peaceful Organisation? Ask Serbia, Iraq, Libya & Afghanistan!

    "Russian President Vladimir Putin held talks with French President Emanuel Macron: what About NATO large-scale military operation against Serbia without the sanction of the UN Security Council"?
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    P282 Anti-ship Ballistic Missile: Strengthening Navy’s Conventional Deterrence

    P282 Anti-ship Ballistic Missile: Strengthening Navy’s Conventional Deterrence The expansion of the number and range of capabilities of the Indian Navy in recent decades has not gone unnoticed in Pakistan. The number of warships is increasing in the Indian Navy, and with that, their...
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    Ladakh Stand-off Has Exposed India’s Failed Nuclear Deterrence against China. Now What?

    Ladakh Stand-off Has Exposed India’s Failed Nuclear Deterrence against China. Now What? During the Ladakh stand-off, China not only walked through India’s conventional military capabilities, but also threw its purported nuclear deterrence out of the reckoning. Indian and Chinese troops and...
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    Australian Special Forces Slaughtered Dozens of Unarmed Afghan Prisoners Including Children - Official Report

    In the latest of multiple scandals involving Western special units operating in Afghanistan, Australian special forces were revealed by the recent Brereton Afghanistan Inquiry Report, to have committed serious war crimes against civilians including children in Afghanistan. Australian Special Air...
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    Pakistan’s New HQ-9P Air Defence System Could Seriously Complicate Indian Air Force Operations

    Following multiple reports from 2018 from sources in Pakistan's Ministry of Defence Production that the acquisition Chinese HQ-9B (FD-2000) surface to air missile systems was under consideration, the delivery of the first units has been confirmed. The HQ-9P, which is thought to be an export...
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    How North Korea Plans To Revolutionise Its Military Capabilities Over Five Years: Hypersonics, Nuclear Submarines, Stealth Drones and More

    Following the eighth congress of the Korean Workers’ Party, during which pledges were made to improve the country’s deterrent capabilities against its ‘greatest enemy’ the United States, the country staged a minor military parade on January 14th where two new classes of ballistic missile took...
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    How Egypt Ruined the MiG-23 and Compromised Soviet Aerial Warfare Capabilities: President Anwar Sadat's Cold War Betrayal

    Following the overthrow of its Western aligned monarchy in 1952 Egypt emerged as a leading client for Soviet armaments, acquiring 80 MiG-15 fighters and 30 IL-28 bombers in an initial batch of purchases made in 1955 alongside equipment for the country's ground forces such as T-34 and IS-3 tanks...
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    How Capable Are Pakistan’s New VT-4 Battle Tanks? Why New Chinese-Supplied Armour Could Be a Game Changer

    The Pakistani Army became the third operator of the Norinco VT-4 battle tank in late 2020 or early 2021, after its was widely reported that an order had been placed earlier that year for an unknown number of the vehicles. This reportedly came after a performance demonstration which had impressed...
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    China's J-10C Is No F-35, But It Is A Cutting-Edge 4.5-Generation Jet

    China's J-10C Is No F-35, But It Is A Cutting-Edge 4.5-Generation Jet Like the F-16, the J-10 boasts a highly agile, aerodynamically unstable airframe which is stabilized by a computer in its fly-by-wire flight control system. Here's What You Need To Remember: The JF-17 is a joint...
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    When Pakistan and Israel Almost Went to War; Tensions Between the Nuclear Armed Islamic Republic and Jewish State - Part One

    When Pakistan and Israel Almost Went to War; Tensions Between the Nuclear Armed Islamic Republic and Jewish State - Part One While Pakistan had been a strategically critical ally of the Western bloc during the Cold War, bordering China, Soviet aligned India and the Soviet Union itself and...
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    The Vulnerability of U.S. Military Pacific Command's Facilities to Missile Attacks and How this Serves North Korea's Deterrence Capabilities

    While North Korea has recently aquired limited capabilities to strike the U.S. mainland's West coast with its recently tested Hwasong-14 missiles - its ability to strike critical U.S. military facilities across the Pacific serves as a lesser form of deterrence which have long been in place to...
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    Algeria Acquires Lethal Mach 3 Ship Hunting Missiles from China; How the CX-1 Allows Algiers to Close Off the Mediterranean

    Algeria Acquires Lethal Mach 3 Ship Hunting Missiles from China; How the CX-1 Allows Algiers to Close Off the Mediterranean By far the largest defence spender in Africa, Algeria has been a leading client for Russia and increasingly for Chinese arms in an attempt to modernise its armed forces...
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    France vs. Algeria: The War for Air and Naval Superiority in the Mediterranean

    Assessing the outcome of a prospective conflict between France and Algeria. A look at the aerial, air defence, ground and naval capabilities of both countries, and the advantages and disadvantages both could face.
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    China's Type 052D Destroyer vs. Taiwan's Entire Surface Navy

    Assessing the outcome of a prospective engagement between a Chinese People's Liberation Army Navy Type 052D Class destroyer and the Republic of China Navy's (Taiwanese) entire surface fleet. A look at the capabilities of various missiles deployed by all ship classes, from long and short ranged...
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    How North Korea has been arming Palestinian militants for decades

    Pyongyang's sole focus on survival virtually ensures North Korean weapons will continue to be found in the hands of those bent on Israel’s destruction Benjamin R. Young June 25, 2014 Pyongyang has fewer foreign embassies than many other capitals, but the DPRK’s showcase city is home to one...

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