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  • Newsflash: America Does Not Need the Air Force

    War Is Boring Security, Americas But it sure does need air power, as Rob Farley explains. With the Iraq War over and the fighting in Afghanistan winding down, why does the United States need to maintain two large land armies, the Army and Marine Corps? The question seems perfectly reasonable given the apparent absence of large terrestrial threats, but it leads us down the wrong path. The United States military is all about redundancy; in addition to two armies, it also fields two navies — the...

    The National Interest
  • Driving in Europe after Brexit – everything you need to know

    If you’re planning to visit Europe later this year, the chances are you’ll have wondered how to drive over there, especially if the repercussions of Brexit include changes to the validity of British driving licences.

    The Telegraph
  • Entrepreneurs emerge as a force in Europe's refugee emergency

    The recent wave of immigration into Europe is nothing new for Italy; its proximity to Africa has made it a destination for years, particularly for sub-Saharan refugees. But geographers are keeping an eye on this gateway nation, where newly identified Afro-Italian youth are leading a movement to reform Italy's citizenship laws and women entrepreneurs are emerging as a force.
  • The Space Force is a misguided idea. Congress should turn it down.

    Yes, there’s lots of military work to do in space. But a Space Force isn’t the way to do it.
  • Senators Question Pentagon Plan for Space Force

    Despite growing threats of space warfare, the Pentagon's plan to create a new military branch called the Space Force faced tough questioning on Capitol Hill Thursday from both Republicans and Democrats who voiced concerns about costs, increased bureaucracy, and impact on military readiness. The post Senators Question Pentagon Plan for Space Force appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.

    Washington Free Beacon
  • Trump's Space Force collides with skeptical Congress

    The Space Force that President Donald Trump wants to launch ran headlong on Thursday into skeptical lawmakers who questioned the need for a stand-alone military wing.
  • The Latest: Sudan officials: President forced to step down

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    ABC News