Small Wars Journal

10/11/2021 National Security and Korean News and Commentary

Mon, 10/11/2021 - 10:02am

Access National Security News HERE.

Access Korean News HERE.

National Security News Content:

1. Navy nuclear engineer and his wife charged with trying to share submarine secrets with a foreign country
2. Sea Power Makes Great Powers
3. To Counter China, U.S. Policy toward Taiwan Must Change
4. Blind to History, Facebook Is in the Trustbusters’ Crosshairs
5. We've left Afghanistan — but its consequences are just starting to arrive
6. Does Taiwan Need Nuclear Weapons to Deter China?
7. America's veterans hold a reserve of national security strength we should tap
8. Wanna Fight? (advise and assist)
9. What’s Next for U.S.-China Relations Amid Rising Tensions Over Taiwan
10. The Essence of Special Operations – What You Need to Know About Special Operations while Serving at the Joint Operational Level
11. Post-Afghanistan, the US Army wants to carve out its role in the Pacific
12. US Army insists next year’s Defender Europe is not canceled
13. SFAB troops and an aviation brigade will rotate to Europe next
14. Hundreds of thousands of U.S. troops have not yet complied with vaccine mandate as deadlines near
15. Taliban says US will provide humanitarian aid to Afghanistan
16. Cyberattacks concerning to most in US: Pearson/AP-NORC poll
17. Fiona Hill, a nobody to Trump and Putin, saw into them both

Korean News Content:

1. N.K. leader urges improvement in people's living conditions on party's founding anniversary
2. N. Korea quietly marks 76th founding anniversary of ruling party
3. Disagreement on North Korea sanctions feared to weaken Seoul-Washington alliance
4. Drugs, arms, and terror: A high-profile defector on Kim's North Korea
5.  S. Korean, US top security advisers to discuss NK
6. North Korean leader calls for improved living conditions
7. Man on FBI's most wanted list pleads guilty in Singapore court to falsifying North Korea-linked invoices
8. 'North Korea hasn't changed': High profile defector on world's most secretive nation
9. A former North Korean spy said the regime planned terrorist activities as a 'gift' to the supreme leader: report