Small Wars Journal

8/24/22 National Security and Korean News and Commentary

Wed, 08/24/2022 - 8:25am

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National Security News Content:


2. Ukraine marks Independence Day

3. US Expected to Unveil Biggest Arms Package Yet for Ukraine

4. 7 in 10 Americans Want To Send More Weapons To Ukraine, Poll Finds

5. What Ukraine needs to win the war

6. Why Ukraine frets about US commitment to the war six months in

7. After Six Months of War in Ukraine, Momentum Tilts Against Russia

8. What is blowing up those Russian bases in Crimea?

9. An interview with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky

10. Return of Crimea to Ukraine a requirement of international law: Turkish president

11. Opinion: 6 lessons the West has learned in the 6 months after Russia's invasion of Ukraine

12. Veterans may be key to solving the US military recruitment crisis

13. Tibet: An Underexplored Strategic Lever

14. Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine Has Created Drama in the Anti-War Community

15. FDD | Nuclear Deal with Iran Would Gut IRGC Sanctions

16. China to forgive loans to 17 African countries

17. Time for Taiwan to be called Taiwan

18. Qatar speaks from both sides of its mouth

19. Washington wins as Turkey and Israel restore normal ties

20. Ukraine's Zelensky vows Russia's war will "end in Crimea"

21. "Social Media as Public Diplomacy" by Matt Armstrong

Korean News Content:

1. CFC, USFK and UNC begin Ulchi Freedom Shield

2. S. Korean military leading key exercise with U.S. in step toward OPCON transition

3. South Korean general commands joint drills with U.S. troops

4. U.S. extends travel ban on N. Korea for another year

5. Yoon, Xi voice hope for stronger relations on 30th anniversary of diplomatic ties

6. Potential liquid fuel injection detected in N. Korea, ROK-US authorities say

7. Return to Pyongyang put off by many foreign envoys

8. Koreans distrust Chinese more than Russians, Japanese

9. US media ignored major anti-US military protest in South Korea

10. Korean businesses up in arms against US Inflation Reduction Act

11. North Korea urges heightened alert against new virus found in China

12. Tensions mount as gov't moves to normalize THAAD base operation

13. Unification minister meets Chinese ambassador to discuss North Korea issues

14. NPT members call for N. Korea’s ‘concrete measures’ to abandon nukes in draft final declaration

15. Biden sends tensions soaring with Kim as 500,000 troops head to North Korea border



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