On the 75th Anniversary of Hiroshima, Here’s Where the World Stands With Nuclear Weapons

Many in the U.S. remain the most concerned about adversarial states such as North Korea and Iran, although the Persian Gulf nation does not currently possess nuclear weapons. Analysts have argued that the best way to prevent Iran from becoming a nuclear-armed power is to return to the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, commonly […]

US election 2020: Has Trump kept his promises on the military?

“Mr Trump can claim credit for a large ‘peacetime’ increase from a state that was already fairly good under Mr Obama, whose defence budgets were strong by historical standards too – more than $100bn above the Cold War annual average, once adjusted for inflation,” says Mr O’Hanlon.

India Committed to Winning Wars With ‘Indigenous Solutions’, Says Chief of Defence Staff General

India’s Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) General B.S. Rawat, echoing the federal government’s policy objective, said the country should move out of the constant threat of sanctions or dependence on individual nations for its military requirements.  

Iran’s Foreign Minister Zarif Blasts US Approach to Nuclear Missiles as ‘Breathtaking Hypocrisy’

JCPOA and Arms Trade in the Middle East Last year, Zarif said that in 2019 the Western countries sold “1,000 billion dollars’ worth of weapons” to the powers in the Persian Gulf. According to the data by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI), Saudi Arabia became the world’s largest importer of arms during 2015-19 […]