3rd anniversary of Cheonan sinking | interviews Terence Roehrig
TBS: This Morning Show w/Alex Jensen
North Korea has never admitted to sinking the Cheonan, but there is little doubt in Seoul that the finger of blame points to Pyongyang. We reflect on this tragedy with Terence Roehrig, a professor of National Security Affairs.
Tallinn Manual Interprets International Law in Cyberwar Context | quotes Michael Schmitt
“What happens next and how it is adopted is up to the states,” said Tallinn Manual editor Michael N. Schmitt, chairman of the international law department at the United States Naval War College in Newport, R.I. “I’d like to think we did a thorough job identifying and capturing a complete interpretation of international law as it applies to cyber and hope it’s used by states to fashion their own legal positions.”
The Insider Threat to Airport Security | by NWC student Steven Goff
The National Interest
In February, a security breach in Antwerp, Belgium led to one of the biggest diamond heists in recent history. Under the cover of darkness, eight gunman in hooded police clothing gained access through an airport perimeter fence and drove onto the tarmac in two black vehicles with flashing blue police lights.
America’s AirSea Battle, Arctic Style | by James Holmes
Call them American strategy's Odd Couple. Working together, the U.S. Coast Guard and Air Force could be the best defenders of U.S. policy in the Arctic Ocean, a theater that will expand and contract each year and where threats will — cross your fingers — remain modest in scope.
China’s Xi Aims to Shore Up BRICS Influence | by Nikolas Gvosdev
World Politics Review
Xi Jinping has arrived in Moscow, having chosen Russia as the first country to visit since his inauguration last week as president of China. After meeting with President Vladimir Putin and other Russian officials, Xi will then leave to attend his first BRICS summit in Durban, South Africa, where he will hold talks with the leaders of the "rising and resurgent" bloc of nations comprising Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa.