October 5, 2016 | Ottawa Citizen
Canada has signed on to a U.S. declaration that is aimed at creating international rules for the use of armed drones.
October 5, 2016 | Sputnik News
The White House is set to release a joint declaration signed by 40 countries regarding the import and export of unmanned armed weapons systems, a document it is calling a first step toward establishing global norms for such systems.
October 5, 2016 | Defense News
WASHINGTON — The Obama administration has lined up more than 40 countries who have agreed to a joint declaration on the import and export of armed unmanned systems, in what the US State Department is billing as the first step toward creating global norms for the weapon systems. -snip-
October 4, 2016 | Business Standard
Underlining that cross border attacks have greatly "diminished" Pakistan's international standing, an American think-tank expert today said that as a result of India's new policy of retaliation Pakistan is in a bind of "its own making".
October 4, 2016 | World Politics Review
A “less is more” school of thought seems to be emerging in Western capitals where policymakers, public intellectuals and on-the-ground practitioners are trying to find ways to improve the outcomes of international interventions and post-conflict stabilization operations.
October 3, 2016 | Arms Control Wonk
After the attack on an Indian military post at Uri, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi delivered a speech about strategic restraint, which I applauded in this space. But I also wrote, “This isn’t over – far from it.” I got that part right.
October 2, 2016 | China Review News
In the assessment community in Washington October 1 (Reporter Yu Donghui) for Tsai Ing-wen of the "anti-China force pressure," said the well-known American scholar Richard Bush and Romberg Taiwan Strait do not think it represents the way cross-strait policy Tsai Ing-wen has changed, but Romberg s
September 30, 2016 | Consumnes Connection
While North Korea is interested in launching geostationary satellites, South Korean military spokesman Jeon Ha-gyu said North Korea was likely testing essential technology for a long-range missile, Reuters reports. -snip-
September 28, 2016 | Press Trust of India
WASHINGTON: Pakistan cannot take India's policy of strategic restraint for granted for too long and if Islamabad rejects Prime Minister Narendra Modi's offer of cooperation, it will become part of a case for making the country a "pariah nation", a US daily has claimed. -snip-
September 28, 2016 | US News & World Report
A 14-year-old pulled into the grass and gang raped as she walked by a United Nations base. An 18-year-old asking troops for money, only to be dragged into the bush and sexually assaulted.