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21 Jan 2023
China tells the world the Maoist madness is over
Chinese Vice-premier, Liu He, has told a gathering of business leaders and ministers in Davos, Switzerland, that China is eager to restore better relations with the West.
26 Jan 2023
Communication & Cognition
Bridging Generational Divides in Your Workplace
Employers that don’t think beyond today’s working-age population will likely struggle to maintain a workforce that can produce operational efficiency and be effective.
23 Jan 2023
Joe Biden’s Ukraine Strategy Is A Success
Supporting Ukraine for roughly 5% of the U.S. annual military budget is in the US national interest as it is not only the morally right thing to do, but it reduces Russia's capability to wage conventional war in the future.
18 Jan 2022
Two battles in eastern Ukraine lay bare the differences between Putin and Zelenskyy's strategies
No matter the casualties, Putin is determined to gain small military victories at all costs by capturing two towns with limited strategic value. In contrast, Ukraine continues to attack Russian weak points—the different approaches reflect the different styles of Putin and Zelenskyy's leadership.
18 Jan 2023
US-China chip war: America is winning
Advanced microchips drive economic and scientific advancement as well as military capabilities; therefore, the US is investing in the manufacturer of microchips within the USA.
25 Jan 2023
Drawing a Straight Line?: The Normandy Campaign and U.S. Air Force Culture since the Second World War
The US Army Air Force made a major contribution to the allies' invasion of Nazi Europe in 1944 by providing very effective close air support—while also continuing the strategic bombing of German industry.
24 Jan 2023
B-26 Marauder: The Bomber That “Separated The Men From The Boys”
The B-26 was a US WW2 medium bomber initially nick-named the ‘widow maker’ due to its high training accident rate. However, with training, it developed into a highly successful aircraft with one of the war’s lowest loss rates.
20 Jan 2023
The Changing Nature of Leadership
With the demands of society and business continually evolving, it has become increasingly important for leaders to be flexible and adaptive.
19 Jan 2022
U.S. strongly committed to Japan defense, Biden tells Kishida, hails military boost
US President Joe Biden has told Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida that the United States was ‘completely’ committed to defending Japan.
23 Jan 2023
Technology & Innovation
THIS BOLD NEW MISSION WILL TRY BEAMING SOLAR POWER DOWN FROM SPACE
Space X has launched a prototype space-based solar power (SBSP) solar energy gathering satellite—this will try to collect solar energy for eventual transfer to earth.