Monthly Archives: September 2011

Der Nordkosovo lässt sich nicht integrieren

Die Unruhen im Nordkosovo Ende Juli 2011 zeigten der Öffentlichkeit für eine sehr kurze Zeit die latent ungelösten Problem im Kosovo auf. Die Situation war weder vor noch nach den Unruhen stabilisiert. Mit der Ankündigung Pristinas mit Hilfe der EULEX … Continue reading

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Air Power’s Robotic Future: An Interview with Northrop Grumman’s Carl Johnson

by DAVID AXE The future of aerial warfare was on dramatic display on Feb. 4 at Edwards Air Force Base in California. At around 2:00 PM local time, a 38-foot-long, bat-shaped, jet-powered robotic aircraft lifted off from the runway and … Continue reading

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Private Pirate-Fighters Risk Attack, Detention

by DAVID AXE In December, a vessel with four men aboard eased into the port of Massawa in the East African country of Eritrea. It was an unplanned stop. The ship, operated by Protection Vessels International, a British company, had … Continue reading

Posted in David Axe, English, Piracy, Somalia | 4 Comments