The World's Not Enough

Kevin Brent


Soviet Union

Was unconditional surrender the right policy against the Axis?

At the January 1943 Casablanca Conference, President Franklin D. Roosevelt unilaterally declared the Allied policy of unconditional surrender, against the Axis Alliance. Though Churchill was officially on board with this policy after the conference, he had serious reservations. Churchill’s next... Continue Reading →

The Nazis were not ‘right-wing’

One of the biggest lies taught in American public schools today, is that Germany's Nazis were 'right-wing'. They've also largely omitted from course material that Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, the founders of Marxist Theory, were both Germans. Nazi, was... Continue Reading →

Multipolarity is the natural tendency of geopolitics

World Review - March 26, 2016 I had begun to notice that Have Your Say articles, were appearing fewer and further between on World Review as 2015 drew to a close. The previous article on Mistrals took longer than usual... Continue Reading →

D-Day: The story behind the story

*Originally published on Hubpages, June 6 2014.* Dunkirk and the fall of France Following the lightning German advance across northern France in May 1940, the most powerful forces of the French Army and British Expeditionary Force (BEF) found themselves completely... Continue Reading →

Normalization of relations with Cuba

It's beyond question what a rotten regime Cuba has.

Russian naval ambitions and ‘attack’ carriers

Multi-role aircraft carriers were practical from 1945 onward, because the destruction of Imperial Japan's carrier fleet and the Soviets too late in aspiring to build one, left America's aircraft carriers free of any threat from an enemy carrier fleet.

Russia makes naval history

Russia's Kilo Class already resurrect the littoral sub-surface anti-shipping threat Kaiser Wilhelm's U-boats once wielded in the waters around the British Isles. Russia has now added tactical land attack cruise missile strikes from that littoral 'doorstep' to the threat lexicon.

Russia aims for Arctic Air Superiority

During the Cold War, the Arctic airspace between Siberia and North America was the transit zone over which both ICBM's and strategic bombers would have flown to reach targets in either the Soviet Union or the United States & Canada.... Continue Reading →

NATO and the coming storm

The Post Cold War Era ended when Russia's 'little green men' began to deploy across Crimea, surrounding Ukrainian military bases and eventually forcing the Ukrainians to leave without a fight. Only then did a long slumbering NATO begin to stir... Continue Reading →

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