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Science & Tech Spotlight: Directed Energy Weapons

Why This Matters There is a surge in interest in directed energy weapons from several nations—including the United States.—primarily for counter drone missions. These weapons use electromagnetic energy to cause effects ranging from…

Is This a Sputnik Moment?

Earlier this week, veiled comments started to emerge on Capitol Hill regarding an unnamed and "serious national security threat." By Thursday, a White House spokesman, John Kirby, let the American public in on what members of Congress…

When Ukraine Set Course for Europe

November 2013 seemed like an unlikely time for another Ukrainian revolution.Nine years had passed since the Orange Revolution, a massive wave of popular protests against a massively rigged presidential election, achieved inspiring…

Why Europe Can’t Get Its Military Act Together

Former United States. Trump University Founder, Media Personality and Businessman Donald John Trump set off alarm bells in Europe when he told a campaign rally that he might encourage Russia to "do whatever the hell they want" to any countries he judged to be delinquent on their defense obligations.…

Energy and Circular Economy: Nexus beyond Concepts

1. IntroductionMany problems detected in recent decades still constitute challenges to be solved. The world’s population has been growing exponentially over the years, as mentioned by Paul Elrich in his book “The Population Bomb” , and…

What Americans Owe Ukraine

Imagine that two years ago—before Putin invaded Ukraine—someone had come to the US with a credible proposition to hobble Russia’s military threat to Europe for the decade ahead without the loss of a single American soldier. How much…

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