By Thomas Gibbons-Neff Thomas Gibbons-Neff Reporter Bio A tweet posted last week by Peter Singer, a co-author of the book Ghost Fleet and a strategist at the New America Foundation, shows his book couched
Numbers read on state radio may be cold war-era method of sending coded messages to spies in South Korea – or an attempt to wage psychological warfare North Korea’s state radio has recently broadcast of
Turkish Supporters are silhouetted against a screen showing President Tayyip Erdogan during a pro-government demonstration in Ankara, Turkey, July 17, 2016. REUTERS/Baz Ratner BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The
The most recent James Bond film, Spectre, begins with the British spy chasing a bad guy through Mexico City's historic downtown district while thousands enjoy a Day of the Dead parade. Huge skeletons cigars
If you’ve clicked on any articles about the victims of recent terror attacks, you might have seen this man’s photo. Following the deadly terrorist attack at Atatürk airport in Istanbul, Turkey, social
A Cuban sandwich is not much more than a gussied-up ham and cheese toastie. Here three meats are pressed with cheese, pickles, and mustard until toasty and warm. When life gives you lemons, you make lemonade.
New sky atlas reveals the worsening state of light pollution, which has several consequences. 5 Minute Read The Milky Way galaxy, that torrent of stars that slashes across a deeply darkened night sky,
Introducing 'ISIS Crisis': The Strategy Board Game the Canadian Military Could Use to Fight the Islamic State
It's like Diplomacy meets Dungeons and Dragons meets Prussian military tactics. That's 'ISIS Crisis' in a nutshell, a Canadian-developed table-top war game that a wing of the Canadian military says could
For sale: One HMS Illustrious, in good condition, 900,000 miles. If you've been dying to get a bumper sticker that says "My other car is an aircraft carrier," then now's the time to open the checkbook.
Anyone who visits the booming cities of East Asia can't fail to marvel at how fast they are progressing, and how stuck we seem to be. Come home from Shanghai or Singapore and everything looks shabby and
In late antiquity, the religion split the Mediterranean world in two. Now it is remaking the Continent. Europe was essentially defined by Islam. And Islam is redefining it now. For centuries in early middle
During the Cold War, the USSR built a look-alike space shuttle to compete with the U.S. program. 4 Minute Read The space shuttle program is history now, but its iconic names still stir memories of spaceflight