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Enemy States and Bioterrorists have Learned a lot from the COVID-19 Crisis

April 7, 2020

The idea of biological warfare has been with us over the centuries. You can start with bits of Thucydides’ vividly ugly description the Plague of Athens in 430 B.C.E.: Strong fevers in the head and a burning redness in the eyes of those who had previously been healthy, and for no apparent reason … breathing […]

Warrior or Machine? AI in China and the U.S.

March 10, 2020

The arrest of Harvard Professor Charles Lieber for failing to reveal his work for the Chinese is more than alarming. One of the world’s leading experts in nanotechnology, Mr. Lieber contributed to China’s Thousand Talents Program and assisted China in its military arms race with the United States, whether knowingly or not. Americans should be concerned that China is pursuing military nanotechnology solutions, including […]

Bullets for Bodies, A Sick Twist in Iran Protests

December 9, 2019

There are protests and riots across Iran, brutally put down by Iranian security forces and Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Corp (IRGC); the government is charging families for the bullets used to kill their loved ones before releasing bodies to them. Inflation is rampant and economic growth is negative. Sanctions on Iranian oil shipments have led Iran […]

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