Strategic Intelligence Summary for 8 March 2018

Strategic Intelligence contains intelligence reporting on the state of global security and instability, geostrategic issues affecting the United States, pre-war indicators, and assessments on the current risk of war. This report is available each week for Strategic Intelligence subscribers. In this Strategic Intelligence Summary: (4,964 words) Islamic State trying to rebound in the Philippines Saudi […]
Strategic Intelligence contains intelligence reporting on the state of global security and instability, geostrategic issues affecting the United States, pre-war indicators, and assessments on the current risk of war. This report is available each week for Strategic Intelligence subscribers.
In this Strategic Intelligence Summary: (4,964 words)
  • ISIS trying to rebound in the Philippines
  • Saudi crown prince looking to build a domestic military industrial base
  • Is the Congo set to explode?
  • Germany’s Merkel admits her country has ‘no-go zones’ (thanks to Muslim migrants)
  • U.S. Navy awards $150 million contract for high-energy lasers for warships
  • Israeli ground forces building drone air force
  • Pentagon preparing for space war
  • NATO-Russia: The first proxy war of the U.S.-Russia Cold War begins in Ukraine
  • Middle East: Is the Iranian theocratic regime in danger of losing power?
  • North Korea: What if North Korea ‘bloodies’ our nose first?
  • U.S.-China: Pentagon tailors U.S. forces to counter China’s growing nuclear threat
  • Mexican police in state of Veracruz charged with using death squad tactics against drug cartel figures
  • Mexican citizens fear new state security law empowering military in police role

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