New Roundup 10/26/18

by | Oct 26, 2018

New Roundup 10/26/18

by | Oct 26, 2018

  • Russia is likely developing a new anti-satellite missile. It is expected to be completed by 2022. [Link]
  • China threatens military action to prevent Taiwan from splitting with China. [Link]
  • Saudi Arabia says the murder of Khashoggi was premeditated. [Link]
  • US arms makers are using their influence to attempt to save weapon sales agreement with Saudi Arabia. [Link]
  • Saudi Arabia claims to secure $56 billion in deals at a major investment conference. Several countries and businesses boycotted the conference over the Khashoggi killing. [Link]
  • Maj. Danny Sjursen gives his take on the attack on General Miller. [Link]
  • A Saudi airstrike kills 21 at a Yemeni food market. [Link]

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