Is the Pentagon Ready for the Next Conflict?

After the military debacle with the American pullout from Afghanistan, the nation must ask the fundamental question: is America ready for the next conflict and do our enemies fear the United States?

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The US can’t fight China for Taiwan, but it can help Taiwan make China think twice about starting a war

The U.S. is now helping Taiwan better defend itself in preparation from threats from China.

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NATO chief hits out at Russia’s ‘malign activities’

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg has strongly spoken out against Russia’s“ malign activities” by refusing the accreditation of eight Russian officials to the military alliance. 

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Gen. Milley warned Biden of looming disaster in Afghanistan. The president didn’t listen.

Speaking alongside the Secretary of Defense and USCENTCOM Commander, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Milley stated that he recommended to keep U.S. forces in Afghanistan, but was turned down by President Biden.

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Top U.S. General Warned Taliban to Stay out of Kabul

In the chaotic days before the final U.S. pullout from Afghanistan, Gen. Frank McKenzie, the head of U.S. Central Command, told the Taliban to stay out of Kabul until all Americans are out of the city or face the wrath of U.S. air power.

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Joe Biden Has Damaged U.S.-Europe Relations Even More Than Donald Trump

Throughout the 2020 presidential election, then candidate Joe Biden stated that as president he would revitalize alliances destroyed by President Trump, except now as president he has damaged U.S.-Europe relations far more then even his predecessor ever dreamed of.

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