If America cannot defeat Taliban, al Qaeda, or other insurgents in its “Small Wars” how can it expect to win far scarier adversaries in the next “Big War”?
Sadly, answers are not forthcoming. Given how important the amphibious warship capability is for both the United States and China–and how few both sides have at the moment–it does seem reasonable that both sides would be targeting these systems before the actual shooting war erupted (and it will. Soon). And, if these events are related to some ongoing shadow war between the United States and China, how much longer until it escalates…and what happens when Chinese or American sailors or Marines are killed?
Since July 11, 2021, Cuba has been roiled by protests. During that time, also, four popular generals have been found dead. Officially, they were killed by COVID. Unofficially, I suspect they were killed by Cuban intelligence because they were suspected of planning to use the protests to further their political agenda. Read on to find out more.
overthrow that vicious, anti-American regime just 90 miles off the coast of Florida, is at hand. Removing the communist regime of Cuba should be a no-brainer, as it will free an oppressed people and prevent American rivals, like China, Russia, and Iran, from gaining a foothold in Latin America.
Brandon J. Weichert’s recent Washington Times op-ed column is raising quite a few eyebrows in Washington, D.C. Mark Milley is wrong about the China threat. It’s not a problem in 2027, it’s a problem now.
Geopolitical analyst and space expert, Brandon J. Weichert, joined the opening segment of NDTV to discuss the momentous Jeff Bezos launch aboard his Blue Origin New Shepard reusable rocket.
In Brandon J. Weichert’s latest column for The Asia Times, he argues that If the US is to retain its lead in cyberspace, new technologies must be readily brought to bear against China.
For American Greatness’ fifth anniversary, I was asked to contribute a 500-word piece on the impact of the magazine and the future of the New Right. Here’s my take: the future is bleak until the Right gets better organized. Read on for more.
Brandon J. Weichert joined NDTV to discuss the importance of Richard Branson’s recent spaceflight.
needed to end this thing in Afghanistan…but we need to do it smartly, not wildly screaming for the exits, hoping that Beijing, Moscow, Islamabad, and New Delhi can keep everything together. They can’t–and won’t.