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  • 24-25 FEB 24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary

    • Authors: Dave Maxwell
      Abstract: 24-25 FEB 24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary Access National Security News HERE.Access Korean News HERE.National Security News Content:1. Chicken Littles Are Ruining America
      2. The Spy War: How the C.I.A. Secretly Helps Ukraine Fight Putin - The New York Times
      3. Opinion: As an American in Avdiivka, what is Congress doing'
      4. House China committee demands Elon Musk open SpaceX Starshield internet to U.S. troops in Taiwan
      5. The Russo-Ukrainian War: A Strategic Assessment Two Years into the Conflict
      6. Hard Lessons Make for Hard Choices 2 Years Into the War in Ukraine
      7. Ditching Ukraine Would Help China and Iran (and north Korea)
      8. Life and death in Putin’s gulag
      9. The Challenge to U.S. Leadership on Ukraine Comes From Home
      10. U.S. Committed to Stand With Ukraine 'For as Long as it Takes'
      11. Two Years of War in Ukraine Has Changed the Way Armies Think
      12. Russia’s War Machine Runs on Western Parts
      13. Marines pass full financial audit, a first for any US military branch
      14. How to Ruin the Marine Corps
      15. Avoiding war in the Indo-Pacific The Strategist
      16. The Worst Morning Ever (Ukraine February 2022)
      17. Opinion: Conflict is the new normal
      18. Russian Offensive Campaign Assessment, February 24, 2024
      19. Israel–Hamas War (Iran) Update, February 24, 2024
      20. China-Taiwan Weekly Update, February 23, 2024
      21. US military not ready for low-tech war: 'Crisis'
      22. Report of the Expert Study Group on NATO and Indo-Pacific Partners
      23. Ex U.S. spies warned the Hunter Biden scandal had Russian fingerprints. They feel vindicated now.
      24. ‘Blob’: An Idea That’s Spreading in All Directions
      25. Options for Screening for Cancer in SOFKorean News Content:1. N. Korea's removal of unification references could cause ideological confusion: minister
      2. Avoiding war in the Indo-Pacific The Strategist
      3. Ditching Ukraine Would Help China and Iran
      4. Report of the Expert Study Group on NATO and Indo-Pacific Partners
      5. N. Korea has sent more than 10,000 containers of munitions, materials to Russia since Sept.: State Dept.
      6.  Mentions of Cuba in N. Korean media abruptly halt after establishment of Seoul-Havana ties
      7. S. Korea investigating company on U.S. sanctions list over Russia connection
      8. Inside North Korea’s Forced-Labor Program in China
      9. G7 leaders decry N. Korea's exports of ballistic missiles to Russia
      10. Across the river from North Korea, a laser light show for peace
      11. North Korea assumes control of border industrial zone
      12. ‘Why Are We Being Treated as the Villains'’ South Korean Doctors Stage Mass Walkouts
      13. <Inside N. Korea> Efforts to implement the“20x10 policy for regional development” begin…As people are mobilized to construction projects, complaints start to emerge
      14. 'Justifying' civilian casualties
      15. Songjin Steel Mill workers face struggle session after enjoying South Korean music
      16. Drunken brawlers take to the stage to celebrate Kim Jong Il’s birthday Dave MaxwellSun, 02/25/2024 - 12:11pmRead more about 24-25 FEB 24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary

      PubDate: Sun, 25 Feb 2024 17:11:05 +000
       
  • 22-23 FEB 24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary

    • Authors: Dave Maxwell
      Abstract: 22-23 FEB 24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary Access National Security News HERE.Access Korean News HERE.National Security News Content:1. Russian Offensive Campaign Assessment, February 22, 2024
      2. Israel–Hamas War (Iran) Update, February 22, 2024
      3. Exclusive: Chinese police work in Kiribati, Hawaii's Pacific neighbour
      4. US imposes sweeping sanctions against Russia, targets over 500 people and entities
      5. Why the Army needs a drone branch: Embracing lessons from Ukraine
      6. The Biggest Ever Sanctions Have Failed to Halt Russia’s War Machine
      7. Will the U.S. Abandon Ukraine'
      8. US Congress members praise Taiwan's democracy in a visit that's certain to draw China's scrutiny
      9. What the Pentagon has learned from two years of war in Ukraine
      10. Opinion Ukraine is at a critical moment. Does the speaker of the House see'
      11. Opinion A decent future for Myanmar is within reach — if the U.S. acts now
      12. This soldier repeatedly ran into a burning building to save others
      13. Politics Can’t Stop at the Water’s Edge
      14. A War Putin Still Can’t Win by Sir Lawrence Freedman
      15. Tax records reveal the lucrative world of covid misinformation
      16. IWI Responds: The Two-Year Anniversary of Russia's Full-Scale Invasion of Ukraine
      17. Vladimir Putin Is Trapped
      18. Corruption and Low Morale Still Plague China’s Military
      19. New military prosecutors replace generals and admirals in more than 2,500 courts-martial in just 2 months
      20. The epic battle that saved Kyiv from Russian occupation
      21. How Was Israel Caught Off-Guard'
      22. Leaked files from Chinese firm show vast international hacking effort
      23. War Books: The Works of Colin Gray
      24. Preparing to Win the First Fight of the Next WarKorean News Content:1. North Koreans left without clear national vision after unification policy shift
      2. Debris from NK missile in Ukraine could expose procurement networks
      3. The World Must Keep a Wary Eye on North Korea
      4. Fake compilation video featuring President Yoon goes viral
      5. A Gift From Russia to Kim Jong Un: A New Armored Limousine
      6. US and South Korea fly warplanes in interception drills after North Korea's missile tests
      7. Seoul confirms existence of mass burial site for UN forces in North Korean city
      8. Russia used at least 20 North Korean ballistic missiles in attacks on Ukraine, Kyiv says
      9. S. Korean, U.S., Japanese FMs stress cooperation over N.K provocations, military support for Russia
      10. Can South Korea’s untouchable chaebols change'
      11.N. Korea accuses U.S. of 'double standard' toward human rights Dave MaxwellFri, 02/23/2024 - 1:19pmRead more about 22-23 FEB 24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary

      PubDate: Fri, 23 Feb 2024 18:19:11 +000
       
  • 2/21/24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary

    • Authors: Dave Maxwell
      Abstract: 2/21/24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary Access National Security News HERE.Access Korean News HERE.National Security News Content:
       1. Russian Offensive Campaign Assessment, February 20, 2024
      2. Israel–Hamas War (Iran) Update, February 20, 2024
      3. The revolution that wasn’t: How AI drones have fizzled in Ukraine (so far)
      4. Russian Troops Left Their Warehouse Doors Open. Ukrainian Drones Flew Right Inside—And Blew Up A Bunch Of Armored Vehicles.
      5. China Is Practicing How to Sever Taiwan’s Internet
      6. The future of disinformation — this time in Mississippi
      7. Strategy and the Lessons of the Russo-Ukraine War by Mick Ryan
      8. Taiwan’s Theory of the Fight
      9. What the Ukraine War, Taiwan, and Gaza Have in Common
      10. Russian Offensive Resistance Operations
      11. Supporting Ukraine and Israel Will Help Deter Aggression Around the World by Bradley Bowman and H.R. McMaster
      12. The Real Roots of Xi Jinping Thought
      13. How Israel’s war went wrongKorean News Content:1. South Korea Must Counter Chinese Influence Operations—and the U.S. Should Provide Support2. U.S. restates its goal of 'full' Korean Peninsula denuclearization3. Seoul's Ties With Havana Seen as Setback for Pyongyang4. Seoul official discusses N. Korean human rights with US envoy5. FM Cho holds 1st in-person talks with Japanese counterpart at G206. S. Korea to push to designate July 14 as day for N. Korean defectors7. Russia claims 'sanctions war' against Moscow after criticism over Putin's gift to N.K. leader8. N Korea erases term ‘unification’ from Pyongyang metro station name9. Russia apparently violating UNSC resolutions by giving N.K. leader luxury car: State Dept.10. <Inside N. Korea> Kim Jong-il birthday festivities smaller than in the past…special rations reduced due to lack of funds…focus more on labor mobilizations, with some events canceled11. S. Korean, Japanese FMs agree to cooperate to address N. Korean issues: Tokyo gov't12. Cautious hopes reemerge for Japan's role over N. Korean nuclear conundrum13. South Korea jails former hero pastor for sexually abusing North Korean teenage defectors14. U.S. says it would welcome dialogue between North, Japan15. Harrowing Prospect of a Second Korean War: $40 Trillion in Damage and Millions Dead Dave MaxwellWed, 02/21/2024 - 5:07pmRead more about 2/21/24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary

      PubDate: Wed, 21 Feb 2024 22:07:25 +000
       
  • 2/20/24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary

    • Authors: Dave Maxwell
      Abstract: 2/20/24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary Access National Security News HERE.Access Korean News HERE.National Security News Content:1. The Threat from Russia’s Unconventional Warfare Beyond Ukraine, 2022–242. Russian Offensive Campaign Assessment, February 19, 20243.. Israel–Hamas War (Iran) Update, February 19, 20244. Why is Japan hosting a conference for Ukraine reconstruction when it's still at war' AP explains.5. The Next Tripartite Pact' China, Russia, and North Korea’s New Team Is Not Built to Last6. ASU launches MA in global security, with irregular warfare concentration7. Special Operations News - February 20, 2024 SOF News8. The Strange Resurrection of the Two-State Solution9. This military special ops unit is so classified, even its name is...
      PubDate: Tue, 20 Feb 2024 22:50:41 +000
       
  • 2/19/24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary

    • Authors: Dave Maxwell
      Abstract: 2/19/24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary Access National Security News HERE.Access Korean News HERE.National Security News Content:1. How Russians and the West Failed Navalny
      2. Brave Russian Tributes for Alexei Navalny
      3. Israel Sets Deadline for Rafah Ground Offensive Within Weeks
      4. Aboard a U.S. Aircraft Carrier, a Front-Row Seat to China Tensions
      5. Russian Offensive Campaign Assessment, February 18, 2024
      6. Israel–Hamas War (Iran) Update, February 18, 2024
      7. Can Loose Lips Sink an Alliance'
      8. Houthi Rebels Cry Havoc! And Let Slip the Drones of War
      9. 'There’s only Plan A': Defense leaders fear failure in Ukraine
      10. Worrywurst at the Munich Security Conference
      11. The Moral Blindness of Putin’s Apologists on the Right
      12. A Reconsideration of Women’s Role in Special Operations: Critical Questions, Mooted a Decade After the Fact
      13. Special forces blocked UK resettlement applications from elite Afghan troops
      14. Generally speaking, Don Bolduc, now a Pittsfield police officer, has tested himself for years  
      15. NATO Ally Pledges All Its Artillery to Ukraine in Boost for Kyiv
      16. The Liberum Veto: A History and a Warning
      17. US Army under increasing pressure as it foots bill for Ukraine support
       Korean News Content:1. US: Russia ties raise risk North Korea will use nuclear weapons
      2. Trump's NATO barbs spark concerns of return to 'transactional' alliance
      3. N. Korea erases image of Korean Peninsula from major websites
      4. Vacation in North Korea' Reclusive State Reopens to Tourism—But Only for Russians
      5. A Fully Sovereign Seoul: The Debate Over South Korean Independent Nuclear Ambitions
      6. N. Korea touts sole leadership system on key anniversary
      7.  S. Korea, U.S., Japan call for N. Korea to take 'immediate' steps to end 'all' human rights abuses
      8. New DAPA chief vows to speed up weapons procurement process
      9. Political parties in full-fledged election mode as April 10 voting nears
      10. South Korea’s secretive tango with Cuba signals diplomatic shift in East Asia
      11. China arrests N. Korean trade official for illegal currency transaction
      12.  The impact of Kim Jong Un’s order in late 2020 to “sound the guns” (about information)
      13. China steps up crackdown on N. Korean defectors’ fake IDs
      14. <Inside N. Korea>S.Korea is the enemy…Trends after Kim Jong Un’s “anti-unification policy” announcement Dave MaxwellMon, 02/19/2024 - 5:14pmRead more about 2/19/24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary

      PubDate: Mon, 19 Feb 2024 22:14:24 +000
       
  • A Reconsideration of Women’s Role in Special Operations: Critical
           Questions, Mooted a Decade After the Fact

    • Authors: Dave Maxwell
      Abstract: A Reconsideration of Women’s Role in Special Operations: Critical Questions, Mooted a Decade After the FactDave MaxwellMon, 02/19/2024 - 8:02am In August of 2023, U.S. Army Special Operations Command (USASOC) updated its 2021 study, "Breaking Barriers: Women in Army Special Operations."1 According to an Army News Service article, the study "outlined 42 recommendations... to better address obstacles facing female Soldiers serving in special operations units and to retain its top talent," and its "findings will guide USASOC in optimizing female warfighters while noting their physical and anatomical differences." The study's focus group responses highlighted "equipment fitting, childcare, gender bias, social support, sexual harassment, pregnancy and postpartum, and morale and wellbeing." According to the USASOC commander, Lieutenant General Jonathan Braga, "Although disappointed by some of the findings and comments in the study, we are committed to addressing these issues with candor and transparency." Read more about A Reconsideration of Women’s Role in Special Operations: Critical Questions, Mooted a Decade After the Fact

      PubDate: Mon, 19 Feb 2024 13:02:32 +000
       
  • 2/18/24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary

    • Authors: Dave Maxwell
      Abstract: 2/18/24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary Access National Security News HERE.Access Korean News HERE.National Security News Content:1. Opinion The Evil Empire collapsed. Putin’s regime will, too.
      2. What Feckless Americans Can Learn From Navalny’s Bravery
      3. Does the United States Need a New Ukraine Strategy'
      4. Trump Foreign Policy 2.0: Fewer Allies, Less Trade, More Loyalists
      5. Urban warfare expert says Israeli military taking unprecedented steps to protect Gaza civilians
      6. Alexei Navalny’s Death Marks End of Political Dissent in Russia
      7. Alexei Navalny has no heir: Is this the end of Russia's opposition'
      8. What Americans Owe Ukraine
      9. Alexei Navalny’s Last Laugh
      10. Russian Offensive Campaign Assessment, February 17, 2024
      11. America can’t ignore the national security concerns tied to the LNG freeze
      12. NSA’s transformation from secret agency to public cybercrime warrior
      13. Posing as Americans, Chinese accounts on X aim to divide and disrupt
      14. The Untold Story of the Ukrainian Helicopter Missions During the Mariupol Siege
      15. The Fall of Avdiivka: Implications and Russia's Next Moves by Mick Ryan
      16. JPMorgan Hires Retired General Mark Milley as Senior Adviser
      17. A terrifying new world order has emerged from Putin's war in Ukraine
      18. Japan steps up lobbying in Washington, hedging for Trump's return
      19. Why are Japan and the U.K. in a recession if the U.S. is doing well'
      20. US deploys half of its aircraft carriers to China’s doorstep
      21. Trump, NATO, and Nuclear Deterrence by Sir Lawrence Freedman
      22. ICJ Declines Application But Says Israel 'Duty Bound' to Protect Civilians
      23. Iran, wary of wider war, urges its proxies to avoid provoking U.S.Korean News Content:1. G7 foreign ministers strongly condemn N. Korea's arms transfers to Russia
      2. North Korea’s Transformation On Peaceful Reunification Marks Paradigm Shift In Asia
      3. 10 Years After the UN Report: The International Community’s Role in Improving Human Rights in North Korea
      4. Ukrainian data casts doubt on precision of N.Korea missiles fired by Russia
      5. How much is a baby worth' A $75,000 bonus, this South Korean firm says.
      6. Kim Jong Un has broken with decades of North Korean policy – does it mean he’s planning for war'
      7. Japan steps up lobbying in Washington, hedging for Trump's return
      8. Kim Jong Un's Sister Proposes Summit With Fumio Kishida, Potentially Disrupting Japan-US-South Korea Relations
      9. S. Korea, US, Japan call for N. Korea to take 'immediate' steps to end 'all' human rights abuses
      10. Havana Stuns Kim by Opening Ties with Seoul
      11. 'Birth of Korea': Filmmaker's ode to South Korea's first president
      12. North Korea mum on establishment of South Korea-Cuba ties
      13. Preventing a U.S.-North deal next time
      14. South Korea, NASA launch air quality research across Asia
      15. S. Korea's top diplomat expected to cement stance with U.S., Japan against N. Korea at G20 meetings
      16. N. Koreans ordered to watch conference honoring “Kimilsungism” declaration
      17. Alleged prostitution leads to replacement of cameras in Pyongyang’s Taedonggang District Dave MaxwellSun, 02/18/2024 - 7:49amRead more about 2/18/24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary

      PubDate: Sun, 18 Feb 2024 12:49:37 +000
       
  • 2/18/24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary

    • Authors: Dave Maxwell
      Abstract: 2/18/24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary Access National Security News HERE.Access Korean News HERE.National Security News Content:1. Opinion The Evil Empire collapsed. Putin’s regime will, too.
      2. What Feckless Americans Can Learn From Navalny’s Bravery
      3. Does the United States Need a New Ukraine Strategy'
      4. Trump Foreign Policy 2.0: Fewer Allies, Less Trade, More Loyalists
      5. Urban warfare expert says Israeli military taking unprecedented steps to protect Gaza civilians
      6. Alexei Navalny’s Death Marks End of Political Dissent in Russia
      7. Alexei Navalny has no heir: Is this the end of Russia's opposition'
      8. What Americans Owe Ukraine
      9. Alexei Navalny’s Last Laugh
      10. Russian Offensive Campaign Assessment, February 17, 2024
      11. America can’t ignore the national security concerns tied to the LNG freeze
      12. NSA’s transformation from secret agency to public cybercrime warrior
      13. Posing as Americans, Chinese accounts on X aim to divide and disrupt
      14. The Untold Story of the Ukrainian Helicopter Missions During the Mariupol Siege
      15. The Fall of Avdiivka: Implications and Russia's Next Moves by Mick Ryan
      16. JPMorgan Hires Retired General Mark Milley as Senior Adviser
      17. A terrifying new world order has emerged from Putin's war in Ukraine
      18. Japan steps up lobbying in Washington, hedging for Trump's return
      19. Why are Japan and the U.K. in a recession if the U.S. is doing well'
      20. US deploys half of its aircraft carriers to China’s doorstep
      21. Trump, NATO, and Nuclear Deterrence by Sir Lawrence Freedman
      22. ICJ Declines Application But Says Israel 'Duty Bound' to Protect Civilians
      23. Iran, wary of wider war, urges its proxies to avoid provoking U.S.Korean News Content:1. G7 foreign ministers strongly condemn N. Korea's arms transfers to Russia
      2. North Korea’s Transformation On Peaceful Reunification Marks Paradigm Shift In Asia
      3. 10 Years After the UN Report: The International Community’s Role in Improving Human Rights in North Korea
      4. Ukrainian data casts doubt on precision of N.Korea missiles fired by Russia
      5. How much is a baby worth' A $75,000 bonus, this South Korean firm says.
      6. Kim Jong Un has broken with decades of North Korean policy – does it mean he’s planning for war'
      7. Japan steps up lobbying in Washington, hedging for Trump's return
      8. Kim Jong Un's Sister Proposes Summit With Fumio Kishida, Potentially Disrupting Japan-US-South Korea Relations
      9. S. Korea, US, Japan call for N. Korea to take 'immediate' steps to end 'all' human rights abuses
      10. Havana Stuns Kim by Opening Ties with Seoul
      11. 'Birth of Korea': Filmmaker's ode to South Korea's first president
      12. North Korea mum on establishment of South Korea-Cuba ties
      13. Preventing a U.S.-North deal next time
      14. South Korea, NASA launch air quality research across Asia
      15. S. Korea's top diplomat expected to cement stance with U.S., Japan against N. Korea at G20 meetings
      16. N. Koreans ordered to watch conference honoring “Kimilsungism” declaration
      17. Alleged prostitution leads to replacement of cameras in Pyongyang’s Taedonggang District Dave MaxwellSun, 02/18/2024 - 7:49amRead more about 2/18/24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary

      PubDate: Sun, 18 Feb 2024 12:49:24 +000
       
  • Organized Crime Groups and their Discourse in Mexico

    • Authors: ZFTWARNING
      Abstract: Organized Crime Groups and their Discourse in Mexico ZFTWARNINGSun, 02/18/2024 - 1:30am Organized crime groups (OCGs) in Mexico are some of the most violent and sophisticated active criminal cells. The conflict with the Mexican state, commonly understood to have begun in 2006, has resulted in approximately 400,000 casualties. The focus of this research is the discourse produced by Mexico’s OCGs. The tropes within the discourse projected by these groups present an ominous threat to the legitimacy of the Mexican state. OCGs operate, largely, in the rural areas of Mexico, those with populations that have been, in their eyes, long forgotten by the central government. These groups establish a discourse in which the state is weak, corrupt, and a distant outsider in their communities. Further, the populations of these regions should invest their trust and loyalties to the OCG rather than the state. This paper utilizes available theoretical frameworks to trace the parameters of OCG discourse to better understand how it functionally serves these groups and how it serves to undermine the legitimacy of the Mexican state. In doing so, this paper draws on the teachings of several scholars of the region from various diverse backgrounds. This paper also utilizes data collected from several organizations measuring the mood of the Mexican people surrounding their relationship with their government. Finally, this paper uses available examples of discourse through the works of prominent journalists who work in Mexico. This paper concludes that while these groups do not have a direct objective to replace the state, the discourse they produce to legitimize their activities is expansive in scope and successfully devalues the popular perception of the state. Read more about Organized Crime Groups and their Discourse in Mexico

      PubDate: Sun, 18 Feb 2024 06:30:52 +000
       
  • 2/17/24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary

    • Authors: Dave Maxwell
      Abstract: 2/17/24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary Access National Security News HERE.Access Korean News HERE.National Security News Content:1. Saving America’s future from the Blob
      2. Making Attrition Work: A Viable Theory of Victory for Ukraine
      3. How Navalny Changed Russia: Putin Cannot Silence the Opposition Leader’s Movement
      4. The US Military Already Has a Decades-Old Countermeasure for Russian Space Nukes
      5. U.S. Plans to Send Weapons to Israel Amid Biden Push for Cease-Fire Deal
      6. Ukraine Withdraws From Besieged City as Russia Advances
      7. Russian Offensive Campaign Assessment, February 16, 2024
      8. Israel–Hamas War (Iran) Update, February 16, 2024
      9. Suspected terror fund facilitator caught using remittance centers (Philippines)
      10. N. Korea denounces S. Korea, U.S. over aerial surveillance
      11. Four Months Into the War Against Hamas, the IDF Is Far Outperforming American Expectations, Report Says
      12. Cult of the drone: UAVs have changed war but not outcomes
      13. TikTok: An Expanding Front in Cognitive Warfare
      14. With Prison Certain and Death Likely, Why Did Navalny Return'
      15. The Legacy of Irregular Warfare Masters
      16. Our Gathering Storm: On civil war in America and other unpleasant possibilities.Korean News Content:1. North Korea: An Interesting Start to 2024
      2. N. Korea denounces S. Korea, U.S. over aerial surveillance
      3. Why N Korea no longer wants to reunite with the South
      4. Short film about army life depicts North Korea’s caste system
      5. North Korean KN-24 missile leaves huge crater in Bucha district
      6. Kim Jong Un’s military threats put U.S. on edge
      7. South Koreans Blame Feminism For Demographic Collapse – Analysis
      8. Kim Jong Un draws red line at sea, renews promise to fire on South Korean ship 'that violates even 0.001mm'
      9. U.S. lawmaker stresses Congress' 'long-term' commitments to S. Korea regardless of who's in White House
      10. Russia & North Korea Increase Weapons Exchanges, Missile Sharing
      11. Interview: “North Korean workers in China are angry, and things are no better back home”
      12. Do not be discouraged by Kim Jong-un's unification statements
        Dave MaxwellSat, 02/17/2024 - 11:17amRead more about 2/17/24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary

      PubDate: Sat, 17 Feb 2024 16:17:33 +000
       
  • 2/16/24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary

    • Authors: Dave Maxwell
      Abstract: 2/16/24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary Access National Security News HERE.Access Korean News HERE.National Security News Content:1. Russian Offensive Campaign Assessment, February 15, 2024
      2. Israel–Hamas War (Iran) Update, February 15, 2024
      3. ISW Fact Sheet: US Assistance to Ukraine
      4. Western Weapons Are Ukraine’s Only Hope
      5. Iran’s Rise as Global Arms Supplier Vexes U.S. and Its Allies
      6. How Russia Recruits Soldiers From Cuba to Fight in Ukraine
      7. ‘No prescription needed’: Inside a White House clinic’s ‘systemic problems’
      8. US and allies disrupt Russian cyber espionage operation against US and Europe, FBI chief says
      9. In America, Headlights are blinding but not in other countries, this tech is why
      10. The $2.8 Billion Hole in U.S. Sanctions on Iran
      11. Beating the Ossification Trap: Why Reform, Not Spending, Will Salvage American Power
      12. U.S. conducted cyberattack on suspected Iranian spy ship
      13. Frank Kitson, 97, Dies; Helped Shape the Conflict in Northern Ireland
      14. Can Ukraine Still Win'
      15. How to end China’s chokehold on the Pentagon’s supply chains
      16. Hamas Is Returning to Northern Gaza Because Israel Has No Plan for the “Day After”
      17. Is Israel Losing Sight of Its Long Game'
      18. The Taiwan Catastrophe
      19. NEWSFLASH: Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny dead in government custody
      20. Meta takes down Chinese Facebook accounts posing as US military families
      21. Opinion: The Plan Biden Needs to Present to CongressKorean News Content:1. Kim's sister says N. Korea open to better ties with Japan
      2. Japan 'paying attention' to remarks from N. Korean leader's sister: top gov't spokesman
      3. North Korea and Iran using AI for hacking, Microsoft says
      4. Defense chief calls for 'sternly' punishing N.K. border provocations
      5. Fighting talk: Is Kim preparing for war'
      6. Publication of Regulatory Amendment to the North Korea Sanctions Regulations; Issuance of North Korea-related Frequently Asked Questions
      7. US eases restrictions on humanitarian and journalism activities in North Korea
      8. S. Korean, U.S. envoy for N. Korean human rights urge solidarity
      9. S. Korea calls on N. Korea to make 'right choice' on 10th anniv. of U.N. rights report
      10. S. Korean, U.S. Marines stage joint wintertime drills
      11. N. Korea urges loyalty for Kim Jong-un on late leader's birthday
      12. Kim Jong Un threatens provocations near NLL
      13. Editorial: North Korean spy ring mocks court, then ‘asks for asylum’
      14. Kim Jong Un has weaponized South Korea’s own name against unification
      15. Seoul side-eyes N. Korea while forging ties with Cuba
      16. What’s wrong with Kim Jong Un’s new policy to promote regional development'
        Dave MaxwellFri, 02/16/2024 - 10:28amRead more about 2/16/24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary

      PubDate: Fri, 16 Feb 2024 15:28:12 +000
       
  • 2/15/24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary

    • Authors: Dave Maxwell
      Abstract: 2/15/24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary Access National Security News HERE.Access Korean News HERE.National Security News Content: 1. Opinion I was head of the NSA. In a world of threats, this is my biggest worry. by Paul M. Nakasone2. GOP Lawmaker Warns of ‘Serious National-Security Threat’3. House intel chair sounds alarm on ‘serious national security threat’4. The Conceptualization of Irregular Warfare in the Indo-Pacific Region5. Opinion Even from a Russian prison, I can see Putin’s weakness6. Russian Offensive Campaign Assessment, February 14, 20247. Israel–Hamas War (Iran) Update, February 14, 20248. Finally, sailors can put hands in their pockets under policy update9. On Ukraine’s Front Line, Soldiers Are Forced to Tune In to Washington Politics10. US lawmakers led by China hawk Mike Gallagher to visit Taiwan next week11. Pentagon Used Six-Bladed ‘Ginsu’ Weapon to Kill Iraqi Militia Leader12. The Senate Rejects American Retreat13. The Ukraine War at Two: Time for some reality14. The Navy SEAL Mission Is Shifting from Raids to Supporting the Service, Leader Says15. More expertise may be needed for military commands to call for non-kinetic capabilities16. US Cancels Multibillion-Dollar Classified Military Satellite Program17. Why is the U.S. Navy Running Out of Tomahawk Cruise Missiles'18. Putin says Russia prefers Biden to Trump because he is 'more experienced and predictable'19. Joe Biden Could Send Millions Of Artillery Shells To Ukraine, For Free, Tomorrow. And It’s Perfectly Legal.20. Gaza and the End of the Rules-Based Order21. The quiet intimacy of a desperate frontline evacuation (Ukraine)22. Trump’s NATO Threat Reflects a Wider Shift on America’s Place in the World23. Ukraine’s microphone-laden balloons that battle Russian drones awe US Korean News Content:1. Former North Korean official: “We need to scare North Korea with a show of force…” “Military response is best”2. US imposed highest number of sanctions on DPRK under US President Biden last year3. #NorthKorea: Promoted (nK and Russian cooperation)4. N. Korea threatens U.S. envoy for N.K. human rights with insulting remarks5. Why North Korea Has Resumed Sending Workers Abroad6. US raises concerns about cozying relations between Russia and North Korea7. EU Proposes Sanctioning North Korea for Sending Russia Missiles8. Establishment of S. Korea-Cuba diplomatic relations likely to deal 'blow' to N. Korea: official9. Sorry Kim, Your Pal Cuba Just Made Friends With South Korea10. The Arsenal of Autocracy11. <Inside N. Korea> South Korea is the enemy…Trends in North Korea after Kim Jong Un’s “One Korea” announcement (1) People are surprised and confused as government tries to get them to understand policy shift12. Kim Jong-un's new multi-purpose game plan and year of living dangerously13. Clicking foreign media still cause to die in North Korea14. N Korea peddles illicit gambling sites to South’s criminal ring15. Biden Has Allowed the North Korean Portfolio to Deteriorate Dave MaxwellThu, 02/15/2024 - 10:22amRead more about 2/15/24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary

      PubDate: Thu, 15 Feb 2024 15:22:38 +000
       
  • The Ukraine War at Two: Time for some reality

    • Authors: Dave Maxwell
      Abstract: The Ukraine War at Two: Time for some realityDave MaxwellWed, 02/14/2024 - 8:18pm The Ukraine war which the Russians so ill-advisedly began two years ago has been fascinating to watch.  Not only for the emergence of new technologies and methods of warfighting but for the sheer grit, determination, and imagination of the Ukrainians in successfully (to a point) fending off their much larger Russian adversaries.  The Russians on the other hand put lie to their pre-war claims that they were professionalizing their military by conducting an invasion that looked far more like their ham-handed interventions in Hungary and Czechoslovakia during the 1950s and 1960s than the Red Army’s textbook 1945 campaigns in Germany and Manchuria.  For a time, it seemed to many observers (not all of whom were untrained) that the Ukrainians might be able to pull off a complete battlefield victory and eject the Russians from their country entirely.  Unfortunately, that optimism perished in the dense minefields north of Tokmak this past summer.  The fronts have been frozen (literally and figuratively) for months now, while each side girds itself for the spring. Read more about The Ukraine War at Two: Time for some reality

      PubDate: Thu, 15 Feb 2024 01:18:14 +000
       
  • 2/14/24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary

    • Authors: Dave Maxwell
      Abstract: 2/14/24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary Access National Security News HERE.Access Korean News HERE.National Security News Content:1. Russian Offensive Campaign Assessment, February 13, 20242. Israel–Hamas War (Iran) Update, February 13, 20243. Lighten the load: The Army’s plan to save time by shedding excess gear4. Most casualties from recent attacks in Middle East are brain injuries5. Former Joint Chiefs Chair Mark Milley to Join the Princeton SPIA Faculty6. Air Force Has 'Strong Desire' to Fly Osprey Again Following Deadly Crash, But Questions Remain7. US Navy Projects Massive Power With Dual Carrier Ops in Pacific8. Russia vs the West: Is Putin winning'9. Why John Bolton Is Certain Trump Really Wants to Blow Up NATO10. Why the Navy says its Red Sea and Gulf of Aden battles are historic11. The US military is embedded in the gaming world. Its target: teen recruits12.  It’s Not Time for Our Troops to Leave the Middle East By Kenneth F. McKenzie Jr.13.  Navigating the Political Economy of Cold War 2.014. Biden’s Grand Bargain to Remake the Middle East15. War in WESTPAC' Really' You & What PGM Inventory'16. General Mark A. Milley (retired) To Join Georgetown University’s Security Studies Program as a Distinguished Fellow in Residence17. Green Berets leverage immersive simulator for training18. Why America Can’t Have It All19. Russia’s Dangerous New Friends20. From Korea to Vietnam, This West Pointer Was An Inspiration To All Who Knew HimKorean News Content:1. N. Korea fires several cruise missiles off east coast: JCS2. N. Korea may stage Jihad-style terrorist attack on S. Korea: Seoul expert3. N. Korea could conduct localized provocation on border island: ex-Seoul official4. Around 300 N. Korean workers arrived in Russia via train: expert5. The Robust North Korea Sanctions Mirage6. North Korea’s New Regional Development Plan Off to a Fast Start7. Yongin residents get partial win in damage suit over light rail8. North Korea hacked Yoon official’s emails last year9. We now know North Korea is impossible to invade: Israeli struggles against Gaza’s tunnel networks prove it10. N. Korea faces shortage of necessary supplies for agricultural production11. Allies sign nuclear framework to brace for potential Trump return12. Kim Ju  Au (north Korea) 'I love seeing the quiet power that she really exudes in these pictures.'13. Russia’s Dangerous New Friends Dave MaxwellWed, 02/14/2024 - 9:40amRead more about 2/14/24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary

      PubDate: Wed, 14 Feb 2024 14:40:45 +000
       
  • 2/13/24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary

    • Authors: Dave Maxwell
      Abstract: 2/13/24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary Access National Security News HERE.Access Korean News HERE.National Security News Content:1. Special Ops Command Sees Change in Mission as a Return to Roots2.  Russian Offensive Campaign Assessment, February 12, 20243. Israel–Hamas War (Iran) Update, February 12, 20244. Hamas’ Attack on Israel – an “Improvised Everything” Case Study5. US permanently deploys military trainers to Taiwan (Special Forces)6. Inside Israel’s Daring Hostage Rescue in Gaza: ‘Diamonds Are in Our Hands’7. House speaker casts doubts on Ukraine and Israel aid package as senators grind toward final vote8. Exploring the Cyber Dimension of the Current U.S.-Iran Crisis9. Understanding the Deterrence Gap in the Taiwan Strait10. Bringing the Swarm to Life: Roles, Missions, and Campaigns for the Replicator Initiative11. How the CIA Destabilizes the World12. Senate Passes $95.3 Billion Ukraine, Israel Aid Package13. China’s Shipyards Are Ready for a Protracted War. America’s Aren’t.14. Opinion China airbrushed away its foreign minister. Why'15. A Tunnel Offers Clues to How Hamas Uses Gaza’s Hospitals16. US Official Warns of China’s Growing Offensive Cyber Power17. A new report says the world faces a 'dangerous decade' as instability and military spending rise18. Mongolia's former president mocks Putin with a map showing how big the Mongol empire used to be, and how small Russia was19. Kiev needs new strategy, not just a military reshuffle20. Empowered edge versus the centralization trap: Who will wield AI better, the US or China'Korean News Content:1. Seoul 'open-minded' about Japan's participation in Korea-US nuclear deterrence dialogue: ex-Seoul official2. S. Korea vows 'overwhelming response' if N. Korea provokes3. N. Korea's ruling party delegation visiting Russia for int'l forum4. Key U.S. allies in Seoul, Tokyo hit by scandals, plunging polls5. <Inside N. Korea> Lack of foreign exchange leads to drop in RMB…Provincial trading companies can’t trade with China due to lack of foreign cash6. North Korea cracks down on homes converted into Airbnb-style lodgings7. What’s Driving Kim Jong Un’s New Regional Development Policy'8. Hyesan residents suffer water shortages9. Even With Trump, Kim Jong Un May Spurn Talks, Analysts Warn10. Why one North Korean educator was deemed a “first-class reactionary”11. Where is Kim Jong Un’s eldest son and what is he doing'12. Some thoughts on Kim Jong Un’s outdated “20x10 regional development policy”13. The real reasons why Kim Jong-un’s full-scale provocation is unlikely14. UNC bases in Japan play critical role in Northeast Asia security15. Inter-Korean Basic Agreement and two-state system16. A movie star, a suicide and a nation's war on drugs (South Korea) Dave MaxwellTue, 02/13/2024 - 10:02amRead more about 2/13/24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary

      PubDate: Tue, 13 Feb 2024 15:02:35 +000
       
  • Hamas’ Attack on Israel – an “Improvised
           Everything” Case Study

    • Authors: Dave Maxwell
      Abstract: Hamas’ Attack on Israel – an “Improvised Everything” Case StudyDave MaxwellMon, 02/12/2024 - 8:22pm Recently, and tragically, a case study has unfolded illustrating this modern variant of warfare: Hamas’ attack on Israel. While Hamas certainly used conventional military capabilities in the attack, it was also able to innovate and greatly undercut traditional military development cycle times by using commercial technologies. On October 7, Hamas launched a horrific attack across the Israeli border. The attack contradicted Hamas’ earlier claims that it did not deliberately target civilians. A key part of this attack was based on commercial technology – commercially available drones, pickup trucks, bulldozers, motorcycles, and ATVs – or improvised technology like homemade rockets, combined with widely available military munitions, explosives, and firearms.  Read more about Hamas’ Attack on Israel – an “Improvised Everything” Case Study

      PubDate: Tue, 13 Feb 2024 01:22:59 +000
       
  • 2/12/24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary

    • Authors: Dave Maxwell
      Abstract: 2/12/24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary Access National Security News HERE.Access Korean News HERE.National Security News Content:1. Russian Offensive Campaign Assessment, February 11, 2024
      2. Israel–Hamas War (Iran) Update, February 11, 2024
      3. Statement From Pentagon Press Secretary Maj. Gen. Pat Ryder on Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III's Health Status
      4. CNN: Russia recruits 15,000 Nepalis to fight in Ukraine
      5. Starlink's Dual Role: Aiding Ukraine's Defense and Assisting Russian Invaders'
      6. The Cruel Sea: Reverse course and ensure US Navy is big and strong enough
      7. White House promotes Kirby to expanded role to coordinate national security communications
      8. Does Joe Biden Have a Deterrence Problem'
      9. Biden campaign joins TikTok in an effort to reach younger voters
      10. Israeli forces rescue 2 hostages in dramatic Gaza raid that killed at least 67 Palestinians
      11. SOCOM Studying Drone, Electronic Warfare in Ukraine, Gaza
      12.  U.S. Special Operations Forces (SOF): Background and Considerations for Congress
      13. Air Force To Totally Revamp Its Structure To Compete With China
      14. Opinion Speaker Johnson should see what I just saw in Ukraine by Max Boot
      15. Threats to America’s critical infrastructure are now a terrifying reality
      16. The Cost of a Dysfunctional Congress
      17. The Neurotic Fixations of U.S. Foreign Policy
      18. Checking the Box but Missing the Mark: The Problems with Nonresident Joint Professional Military Education
      19. Is America still the leader of the free world'
      20. Romania Is Quietly Doing Great
      21. Special Operations News - February 12, 2024 SOF NewsKorean News Content:1. S. Korea, U.S. experts to meet in Seoul on 10th anniv. of U.N. report on N.Korea
      2. N. Korea says it newly developed shells for multiple rocket launcher
      3. N. Korea moves to complete construction of general hospital in Pyongyang
      4. Yoon's approval rating inches up to 39.2 pct
      5. Japan, US, South Korea swiftly shared radar information for first time
      6. ‘BTS and BLACKPINK are treated like slaves’, North Korea's outrageous claims spark social media frenzy
      7. Kim Jong-un spends £122k importing lingerie for North Korea's 'pleasure squad'
      8. Tenth Anniversary of UN Commission of Inquiry Report on Human Rights Abuses in North Korea
      9. North Korea criticizes U.S. influence in Israel and the Middle East
      10. North Korea develops new rocket launcher controller, KCNA reports
      11. Korea sees surge in number of asylum seekers from Russia
      12. Kim Jong-un’s rhetorical aggression to intensify throughout year: experts
      13. Poland, South Korea wrangle over big-ticket weapons financing
        Dave MaxwellMon, 02/12/2024 - 7:37amRead more about 2/12/24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary

      PubDate: Mon, 12 Feb 2024 12:37:28 +000
       
  • 2/11/24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary

    • Authors: Dave Maxwell
      Abstract: 2/11/24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary Access National Security News HERE.Access Korean News HERE.National Security News Content:1. How Putin’s Obsession With History Led Him to Start a War
      2. US and allies warn Chinese cyberattackers preparing for war
      3. Tucker Carlson exposed Putin’s true war motive: For Russia to own Ukraine
      4. Hamas Military Compound Found Beneath U.N. Agency Headquarters in Gaza
      5. We could all use a laugh (from Ukraine)
      6. Outgunned and exhausted: what hope for Ukraine if US military aid dries up'
      7. American allies worry the US is growing less dependable, whether Trump or Biden wins
      8. Former Houthi Rebel Reveals Secret U.S. Blind Spots in Red Sea Crisis
      9. Russian Offensive Campaign Assessment, February 10, 2024
      10. Israel–Hamas War (Iran) Update, February 10, 2024
      11. If You Think World War III Is Unimaginable, Read This
      12. If US Wants To Be A Serious Force On Global Stage, Things Must Change – Analysis
      13. Is the U.S. Distracted from East Asia'
      14. As Lunar New Year dawns across Asia, a blue dragon takes wing
      15. Erik Prince Calls for U.S. to Colonize Africa and Latin America
      16. Wisconsin GOP Rep. Mike Gallagher won’t seek reelectionKorean News Content:1. N. Koreans celebrate Lunar New Year with traditional food, folk games: state media
      2. N. Korea sets sights on 4th Industrial Revolution technology
      3. Yoon visits Marine corps on Lunar New Year holiday
      4. Song Joong Ki Is A North Korean Defector Struggling To Survive In “My Name Is Loh Kiwan”
      5. American allies worry the US is growing less dependable, whether Trump or Biden wins
      6. Social isolation takes a toll on a rising number of South Korea's young adults
      7. Lunar New Year: The London suburb where North and South Koreans unite
      8. South Korean company will pay its employees $75,000 to have babies. Here's why
      9. Clue Kim's daughter will become N.Korea's next tyrant hidden in snaps
      10. Sariwon residents dismayed at government-business collusion on construction projects
      11. These false eyelashes are ‘Made in China,’ wink wink
        Dave MaxwellSun, 02/11/2024 - 11:17amRead more about 2/11/24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary

      PubDate: Sun, 11 Feb 2024 16:17:33 +000
       
  • 2/10/24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary

    • Authors: Dave Maxwell
      Abstract: 2/10/24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary Access National Security News HERE.Access Korean News HERE.National Security News Content:1. Senator: JSOC to the rescue after State Dept rebuff
      2. The Super Bowl of Deterrence: The Ultimate Showdown in Strategic Overmatch
      3. A Ukrainian saboteur group’s desperate last stand
      4. How Russia persecutes occupied Christians; Myroslava housing complex bombed
      5. The Kremlin's Occupation Playbook: Coerced Russification and Ethnic Cleansing in Occupied Ukraine
      6. Russian Offensive Campaign Assessment, February 9, 2024
      7. Israel–Hamas War (Iran) Update, February 9, 2024
      8. An Israeli Diplomatic Strategy to Undercut Hamas Propaganda
      9. Our Restraint Destroys Your Deterrence
      10. Stay Behind Operations (podcast)
      11. Why Israel Is Winning in Gaza
      12. Ukraine's Special Forces blew up Russian radar station in Black Sea
      13. Young Blood: Zelensky Bets on New Generation, Battle-Tested Officers for Top Army Posts
      14. We’re Not Eating Enough Bacon, and That’s a Problem for the Economy
      15. U.S.-China Tensions Have a New Front: A Naval Base in Africa
      16. How a liberal billionaire became America’s leading anti-DEI crusader
      17. Terminating the FARA helo program was the right call by the Army chief
      18. Philippines gunning for fast and massive military build-up
       Korean News Content:1. North Korea is preparing for war
      2. Speech Made by Respected Comrade Kim Jong Un on Congratulatory Visit to Ministry of National Defence
      3. David Maxwell on the 10th Anniversary of the UN COI Report on Human Rights in North Korea
      4. Unification minister vows to push for reunion of separated families despite NK provocations
      5. U.S. envoy for N.K. human rights to visit S. Korea, Japan this month
      6. Kim Jong Un threatens attacking, 'occupying' South Korea in event of conflict
      7. UN experts investigating 58 suspected North Korean cyberattacks valued at about $3 billion
      8. What to Make of North Korea’s Forward-looking Economic Strategy and Prospects
      9. North Korea’s Kim says he has no desire for talks and repeats a threat to destroy South Korea if provoked
      10. Doohyun Kim (Escapee) Video on Twitter/X
        Dave MaxwellSat, 02/10/2024 - 12:18pmRead more about 2/10/24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary

      PubDate: Sat, 10 Feb 2024 17:18:32 +000
       
  • 2/9/24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary

    • Authors: Dave Maxwell
      Abstract: 2/9/24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary Access National Security News HERE.Access Korean News HERE.National Security News Content:1. Russian Offensive Campaign Assessment, February 8, 2024
      2. Israel–Hamas War (Iran) Update, February 8, 2024
      3. Fact Sheet: US Assistance to Ukraine (Institute for the Study fo War)
      4. Drink, Think, Link – Guiding Online Mentorship
      5. Who is Ukraine's new army chief appointed by Zelenskyy'
      6. Pentagon finishes review of Austin's failure to tell Biden and other leaders about his cancer
      7. Former Fox News host Tucker Carlson interviewed Russian President Vladimir Putin
      8. Bipartisan lawmakers eye 'pilot program' to expedite citizenship for migrants who serve in US military
      9. US may cut info-warfare assets as China, Russia expand influence ops
      10. SOCOM gearing up to assess air-launched kamikaze drones
      11. Removal of Ukraine’s “Iron General” is one of Zelenskyy’s biggest gambles
      12. China is winning the battle for the Red Sea
      13. Non-state actors and the phantom of asymmetry
      14. US military drills in Philippines unaffected by America's focus on Ukraine and Gaza, US general says
      15. How Tech Giants Turned Ukraine Into an AI War Lab
      16. Ian Bremmer on Putin and Tucker
      17. US Army spent billions on a new helicopter that now will never fly
      18. Top Army’s generals for cyber, space and special operations convene for Triad partnership
      19. When Houthis fire missiles, these Navy warship officers must make split-second decisions
      20. The UN agency that’s supposed to aid Palestinian refugees has only made things worse
      21. US Congress’ COFA Delay Jeopardizes a Key Element of the’ Free and Open Indo-Pacific’
      22. How actually to compete with China
      23. US Army special forces train Taiwan troops near Chinese coast
      24. Ending the Churn: To Solve the Recruiting Crisis, the Army Should Be Asking Very Different Questions
      25. Uncrewed Systems and the Transformation of U.S. Warfighting Capacity
      26. The Looming Crisis in the South China Sea
       Korean News Content:1. South Korea releases top secret survey of North Korean escapees
      2. Does North Korea Want a War' Study the Ukraine Conflict for Clues
      3. N Korean leader shuns talks with South, threatens ‘annihilation’
      4. Respected Comrade Kim Jong Un Pays Congratulatory Visit to Ministry of National Defence on Day of Army Founding
      5. N.K. leader calls S. Korea 'primary foe,' vows to protect country with power
      6. Russian tourists embark on 1st post-COVID group trip to N. Korea
      7. Unification minister says Seoul to share data on Japanese abductees with Tokyo: interview
      8. JCS chief inspects military readiness at missile command, fighter wing
      9. Editorial: S. Korea’s regrettably late call to China on halting North Korean defector repatriation
      10. US expresses deep concern over Russia's reported move to release frozen NK assets
      11. S. Korea joins elephant walk during US-led multinational air exercise
      12. Kim Jong Un Says He Has Lawful Right to Destroy South Korea
      13. Signs of rare unrest among North Korean workers in China, researchers say
      14. Korean, US Marines hold joint regular drills in Pohang
      15. China has a Putin-Kim problem Dave MaxwellFri, 02/09/2024 - 8:57amRead more about 2/9/24 National Security and Korean News and Commentary

      PubDate: Fri, 09 Feb 2024 13:57:17 +000
       
 
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