What REALLY Happened with the Collision of the USS Connecticut in the South China Sea

What REALLY Happened with the Collision of the USS Connecticut in the South China Sea

Important note: Image above is NOT of the USS Connecticut. It is of the USS San Francisco that rammed into an undersea mountain in 2005. Let’s get right to the point. The official American story is that the USS Connecticut rammed into an unmarked undersea mountain. Since the Navy revealed this week that the fast-attack…

US-Indian Strategic Construct of Western Indian Ocean Runs into Headwinds

US-Indian Strategic Construct of Western Indian Ocean Runs into Headwinds

The AMAN-21 naval exercise, the biennial event hosted by Pakistani Navy since 2007, in Karachi and the Arabian Sea from February 11-16 draws special attention. As many as 45 navies are reportedly participating, which makes AMAN probably the biggest event of its kind in the Indian Ocean or anywhere. Not only that, the participants include…

Why Does South Korea Need an Aircraft Carrier?

Why Does South Korea Need an Aircraft Carrier?

Continuing the previous story, let’s talk about other military programs of South Korea that are not of a defensive nature. The aircraft carrier Since late 2020, the South Korean Navy has been pushing the project of adopting a light aircraft carrier with a 3,000-ton displacement, despite controversy over its effectiveness. As Yonhap News Agency reported,…

As War Danger Mounts in the Arctic, Peace Hinges on a Revival of the Wallace Doctrine

As War Danger Mounts in the Arctic, Peace Hinges on a Revival of the Wallace Doctrine

According to the Department of Defense’s dismally short sighted vision for the Arctic, U.S. strategic interests were best maintained not by cooperation with Arctic partners, by rather by belligerent sabre rattling under the guise of “competition” with nations who have continuously professed a desire to work with the west as allies. In recent weeks, this…