Author: National Interest

China’s Nuclear Weapons: Everything You Always Wanted to Know

With its first nuclear test on October 16, 1964, China joined the other victorious allies of World War II

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Russia’s S-500: The Ultimate Weapon That Can Kill The B-2, F-22 And F-35?

Russian state media have begun leaking some information about the country’s next-generation air and missile defense system, the S-500.

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F-16 Vs. MiG-35 Vs. Eurofighter Typhoon (And More): What Plane Will Join India’s Air Force?

India will soon launch a much-anticipated process for a massive fighter-jet buy, according to local media reports.

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Will India Become A Naval Superpower Thanks To Aircraft Carriers?

With one large carrier in service and another on the way, India has become one of the world’s pre-eminent

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The Indian Air Force’s Next Super Weapon Could Be The F-35 Or F/A-18

When the Times of India revealed that the Indian air force was revising its single-engine fighter competition to encompass

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In 2030, These 5 Nations Will Have The World’s Most Powerful Armies On The Planet

Reform has included massive equipment modernization projects, realistic training, and steps toward the professionalization of the force.

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How China Would Invade and Conquer Taiwan (And Here’s How to Stop It)

Taiwan's government and military (like the rest of Taiwanese society) are far tougher than they get credit for. But

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Why China’s J-20 Is No Match For The F-22 Of F-35

As Dave Majumdar previously covered, China recently declared that its J-20 fighter jet had attained initial operational capability. “China's latest

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India’s New Attack Submarine Comes With Some Serious Firepower

After long years of neglect, India’s submarine fleet is quickly growing.

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India’s Supersonic BrahMos Cruise Missile Should Terrify Pakistan (And China)

India is preparing to test a new, long-range version of its supersonic BrahMos cruise missile this year, according to

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