U.S. and Chinese Military Officials Meet at the Pentagon 

Discussions included U.S.-China relations and global security.  For the first time in four years, officials of the U.S. and Chinese military met at the Pentagon to resume military-to-military…

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Israel Denies Use of White Phosphorous Against Enemies

White House had expressed concerns regarding the possible illegal use of the substance as anti-personnel weapon. Israel responded to accusations this week that its military used white phosphorus…

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Congress Informed of Chinese Pangolin Trafficking

Interior Department certifies violations of the Pelly Amendment and Convention of International Trade. Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland has notified the Senate and the House of Representatives…

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U.S. Coast Guard Sails Through Taiwan Strait

Routine Taiwan transit occurred the day after Secretary Blinken concluded his visit to China. The day after Secretary of State Antony Blinken departed from Beijing, a U.S. Coast…

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China Intercepts U.S. Spy Plane

The U.S. calls the military exercise “unnecessarily aggressive.” Last week, a Chinese J-16 fighter jet intercepted a U.S. Air Force RC-135 aircraft as it flew over the South…

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DoD Releases 2022 Freedom of Navigation Report

Tracks annual efforts to identify and challenge unlawful maritime claims. The Department of Defense (DoD) released its annual Freedom of Navigation Report this month, tracking its boundary-testing operations…

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U.S. DOD General Counsel Speaks at Cyber Command Conference

She highlights the legal efforts addressing cyber theft. During the recent U.S. Cyber Command Legal Conference at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland, Department of Defense General Counsel, Caroline…

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Iran Seizes Houston-Bound Oil Tanker 

U.S. Navy reports the violation of international law. The U.S. Navy 5th Fleet reported that Iran has seized a foreign vessel in the Gulf of Oman.  “The oil…

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G7 Diplomats Meet in Hiroshima

The group addressed aggressive nations, the global economy, and climate change. Diplomats representing the U.S., the UK, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, and the EU, known as the…

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Chinese Balloon Aloft Over US

Officials theorize that it may be a dry run for the launch of an EMP.  Secretary of State Antony Blinken has postponed his trip to Beijing after the…

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