Small Wars Journal

7/6/22 National Security and Korean News and Commentary

Wed, 07/06/2022 - 9:13am

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Access Korean News HERE.

National Security News Content:

​1. RUSSIAN OFFENSIVE CAMPAIGN ASSESSMENT, JULY 5 (Putin's War)
2. Biden Administration Foreign Policy Tracker: July
3. NATO Is Sending the Right Message to Putin
4. NASA chief warns against China’s moon program
5. Israel-Arab Air Defense Alliance A Real Possibility Due To Iran Threat
6. Countering Putin’s Nuclear Threats
7. Army’s education waiver reversal stuns applicants, splits experts on impact
8. The RNC and DNC have time to prevent an electoral disaster in 2024
9. No, the West Should Not Appease Erdogan
10. U.S. Aims to Expand Export Bans on China Over Security and Human Rights
11.  How volunteers can help defeat great powers
12. Deterrence is Not Rocket Science: It is More Difficult
13. Gas Becomes a Second Front in Putin’s War
14. The Three Ps of Amplifying and Accelerating Domestic Extremism in the United States
15. How commercial satellite imagery could soon make nuclear secrecy very difficult—if not impossible
​16. ​The Liberty Times Editorial: ‘Asian NATO’ might temper Chinese activity
17. How Nato’s stance on China has changed, and why it matters
18. Mongolia’s Military Diplomacy Highlights Female Peacekeepers
19. Russia doing everything to make Europe experience the biggest crisis in history this winter – Zelensky
20. The Risks of US Military Assistance to Ukraine
21. Nuclear Power Gets New Push in U.S., Winning Converts
 

Korean News Content:

1. Biden Administration Foreign Policy Tracker: July - KOREA
2. S. Korea to create 'strategic command' to lead 'three-axis' system against N.K. threats
3.  State spy agency seeks prosecutors' probe into alleged mishandling of past cases involving N. Korea
4. S.Korea's Yoon warns of stern retaliation in case of N.Korea's provocation
5. Yoon Suk-yeol tells top brass to be ready to respond to North​ 
6. South Korea’s Yoon Stirs Debate with Unconventional Communications Style
7. Pyongyang starts liking crypto a bit too much
8. Gap between China, South Korea is widening as Seoul pivots to Washington
9. Korea, China's top envoys may be getting together
10.  North Koreans: Watching foreign movies is ‘impure’\
11. Amid worsening medicine shortages, N. Korea cracks down on private drug sellers
12. Using farmland for mining, construction now banned in North Korea
13. <Inside N. Korea>Investigating N. Korea’s COVID-19 Situation