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Kevin Brent

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Poland to lead modernization of Eastern Europe’s military forces

World Review May 12, 2015. Shortly after my article on NATO's modernization problem was published, Poland began to announce projects to modernize their forces and major projects to assist their neighbors; taking the lead where NATO had not. Visegrad Four... Continue Reading →

NATO’s front line forces in the east need to modernize now

World Review - April 8, 2015. Since this one was published last year, Poland is dumping lots of money into modernization, and has tried to rally her neighbor in Eastern Europe to joint defense procurement projects. Below, I included the... Continue Reading →

Black Sea attack runs by Russia are clear military aggression

World Review March 12, 2015. USS Donald Cook's combat systems suite was reportedly 'shut down' by the Russian aircraft. The Russian Su-24 aircraft was carrying an electronic warfare pod. I believe the Russians accomplished this 'shut down', by mass-dumping false... Continue Reading →

Russia rattles Royal Navy anchor chains

In addition to the Russian ground and air forces deployed in Syria to wipe out the Free Syrian Army (FSA), now comes a naval component. A naval battle group of 10 warships from Russia's Northern Fleet are now transiting the... Continue Reading →

Britain wisely opposes an EU Army

Which would achieve a long-held dream of Franco-German political elite; push American geopolitical and security influence out of Europe so that Franco-German hegemony can resurface.

Putin flexing military muscle at Ukraine

There are several major news sites reporting on Russian forces massing at several locations adjacent to the border with eastern Ukraine. There's just as many major sites not reporting on it at all. Russia has conducted such maneuvers before in... Continue Reading →

What led to the failed coup in Turkey

A few days before the military coup, news media began reporting that a deal for re-establishing normal relations between Turkey and Israel had been negotiated and Pres. Erdogan indicated he was inclined to accept the deal. Were such a rapprochement to take place, it would wound Obama's anti-Israel efforts in the Middle East and encourage nascent overtures already quietly taking place between Sunni Arab capitals and Tel Aviv.

Vintage Soviet Naval Tactics Reappear

**Update** A second incident occurred two days ago with the same Russian frigate, Yaroslav Mudry and the US Navy cruiser, USS San Jacinto. There are also new details about both incidents, which is that each of the two US Navy... Continue Reading →

Moscow’s Middle East Manipulation

Moscow is now firmly re-established as the prime geopolitical influence on NATO’s southeastern flank.

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