Read few comments.
1. The NATO led International coalition hands over responsibility to the Afghan national army and police. The transition sounds as a major milestone, but how would you asses the ability of Afghan forces to do their job? 2. Also U.S., Afghans, Taliban peace talks may begin. What it means in your opinion? Read few comments by Jorrit Kamminga, Visiting Fellow, Netherlands Institute for International Relations Clingendael. Update: also comments by Patrick Bury, military and security analyst.
We went through this rhetoric full of threats from the North Korean side many times before. So would you say is it somehow different this time, is it in your opinion possible to identify any new element in this? Read few comments.
According to NYT article a secret legal review on the use of America’s growing arsenal of cyberweapons has concluded that President Obama has the broad power to order a pre-emptive strike.
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Do you think the security risks will come with the fact the US will have a smaller force or not, and why? Comments by Richard Stoll, Professor of Political Science, Rice University.