Small Wars Journal

1/5/2022 National Security and Korean News and Commentary

Wed, 01/05/2022 - 9:18am

Access National Security News HERE.

Access Korean News HERE.

National Security News Content:

1. Russia’s Military Buildup Near Ukraine Is an Open Secret
2. America’s Wars and Failures
3. Don’t Let China Weaponize the 2022 Winter Olympics
4. Low-cost warfare: US military battles with ‘Costco drones’
5. Russia and China will threaten the peace in 2022
6. Taiwan should destroy chip infrastructure if China invades: paper
7. Taiwan air force stages drill to intercept Chinese planes amid tensions
8. RCEP solidifies China as center of Asia’s trade
9. The Two-Headed Fight for Ukraine and Taiwan
10. The Return of Battlefield Nuclear Weapons
11. It's time to end CNN's license for CNN Turk's hate content
12. With simulations and more information-sharing, Biden administration tries to prevent another Jan. 6
13. The New, More Dangerous Massive Attacks of Disruption
14. Why the U.S. Military Isn’t Ready for Civil War
15. Another Far-Right Group Is Scrutinized About Its Efforts to Aid Trump
16. War Books, Special Edition: Building Your 2022 Reading List

Korean News Content:

1. N. Korea fires an apparent ballistic missile toward East Sea: JCS
2. U.S. must not reward N. Korea with end of war declaration before talks: Harry Harris
3. Don’t Hand North Korea a Win in the Missile Defense Review
4. North Korea’s ‘Strategic Patience’
5. North Korea launches first missile in 2022
6. Moon rebukes military for failing to detect border-crosser
7. North Korea rings in 2022 with big bang missile test
8. South Korean F-35 Conducts Emergency ‘Belly Landing’ - Air Force Magazine
9. North Koreans unmoved by lectures praising Kim Jong Un for keeping them safe
10. North Korea moves to stem a rise in insubordination within its military
11. N. Korea generates “atmosphere of competition” to fulfill manure quotas
12. N. Korean leaders order North Hamgyong Province to produce “model units of science education”
13.  Former North Korean defector who made rare cross-border return home could have been a spy or simply unhappy with life in the South, experts say
14. North Korea Demands Handwriting Samples From Thousands Of Residents After Offensive Kim Jong Un Graffiti Found