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    Sergeant Nick “The Reaper” Irving Responds To Michael Moore

    Eric SOF -
    Jan 24, 2015

    American Sniper blew the box office apart over the weekend, earning over $100 million; but not everyone was impressed. Director Michael Moore took to...

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    Green Beret sniper’s open letter to Michael Moore

    Jan 24, 2015

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    American instructors will train Ukrainian troops

    Jan 23, 2015

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    American-made AK-47?

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    Dozen former elite French soldiers join ISIS

    Jan 22, 2015


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    ISIS Fighters Gunned Down By Peshmerga

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      ISIS Suffers Heavy Losses As US Announces Operatio...

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      Kurds Destroy 14 ISIS Car Bombs In New Video


    Northrop Developing 6th Gen Fighter Plans
    [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]Northrop Grumman has stood up a pair of teams dedicated to developing a "sixth-generation" fighter for both the Navy and Air Force, years before the services intend to issue requests for information on potential replacements for current aircraft. It's an aggressive move that Tom Vice, president of Northrop's aerospace division, hopes will pay off in a big way for his company.
    Bahraini air force details modernisation plans
    [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]The Royal Bahraini Air Force (RBAF) is to embark on a comprehensive modernisation plan to enhance the capabilities of both its fixed- and rotary-winged combat fleets, a senior officer disclosed on 22 January. Speaking at the IQPC International Military Helicopter conference in London, Colonel Salah Al Mansoor, Head of Planning, HQ, RBAF, said that the service is about to undertake a two-phased recapitalisation programme that will see some of its current inventory first upgraded, with new platfor
    Colombian Air Force grounds IAI-built Kfir aircraft fleet
    [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]The Colombian Air Force (FAC) has reportedly grounded its entire fleet of Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI)-built Kfir C-10 all-weather, multirole combat aircraft. The move is a precautionary measure against the risks of their operation after one aircraft crashed while performing approach manoeuvres near the Air Combat Command Base No. 1 in Colombia last month, as reported by Defensa.com.
    A-10s Fly Combat Missions Over Syria
    [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]A-10 Warthogs are attacking Islamic State targets in Syria. But even with this newest round of combat, the U.S. Air Force still asserts that the venerable attack plane isn’t worth keeping around. In November 2014, the flying branch sent the blunt-nosed, straight-winged attack planes back to the Middle East for the first time since the American withdrawal from Iraq.
    NATO Scrambles Fighters After Russian Il-20 Spotted Over Baltic Sea
    [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]NATO scrambled Typhoon fighters after a Russian Il-20 reconnaissance aircraft was spotted over the Baltic Sea, Bloomberg reports. "NATO Baltic Air Policing QRA ESP Typhoon jest on 23 JAN scrambled to intercept RU Armed Forces Il-20 over the Baltic Sea," Latvian National Armed Forces (NBS) said via a post on Twitter.

    RED ALERT: Rocket Fire Could Signal New Offensive on Mariupol

    Stratfor has declared a Red Alert over Ukraine as we watch for signs of a new offensive. We do not yet know Russia’s strategic intentions. Reports of rocket fire and potential moves on the city of Mariupol could simply be an attempt to signal the danger Russia could pose to their negotiating partners in the West. It could be an attempt to extend the pocket separatists supported by Russia currently hold in eastern Ukraine. It could, finally, be the opening of an offensive toward Crimea.
    Reports of heavy rocket artillery firing on the eastern parts of the city of Mariupol, Ukraine, as well as a statement made by a separatist leader, indicate the potential preparation of an offensive on the city. While this would be a significant escalation and an indicator of Russian intent to push further into Ukraine, potentially forming a much-rumored land connection to the northern border of Crimea, there are also several indicators required for such an offensive that are currently still missing. 

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    Violent Political Decay in Yemen: An Iranian Challenge of Saudi Regional Superiority

    by William Allen
    [ltr][Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]Facilitating the passage of 11% of the world’s petroleum annually, the juncture of the Gulf of Aden and the Red Sea manifests compelling geopolitical and strategic value for global economies. With an increased naval presence in the Red Sea, the Saudi Royal family has sought to develop a backdoor for crude oil export thus minimizing Iran’s ability to manipulate oil markets with threatening rhetoric in blocking the Strait of Hormuz.
    This week’s coup d’état in Yemen represents a significant change to the political and economic landscape, which dictates the power-share and balance dynamics once centered exclusively in the Persian Gulf. Launching an offensive in February of 2014, the Houthis, a Shi’a tribe from the northwest border-region of Yemen, made significant gains by September of 2014 in securing key terrain just 10-miles north of Yemen’s capital, the El Rahaba International Airport. With the overrunning of the Yemeni presidential compound in January 2015 followed by the resignation of President Hadi, a move formally rejected by the Yemeni parliament, the country has experienced severe political decay.
    In the wake of the Houthis’ offense, the Yemeni political insurgent faction known as the Southern Separatist Movement, or simply al-Harik, has also declared independence inciting violence in the streets of their self-declared capital in the city of Aden. With various factions vying for sovereignty in Yemen, questions arise regarding who stands to benefit from Yemen’s dissent into chaos.
    The collapse of the Yemeni government will significantly destabilize an already volatile region. With the introduction of a Shi’a confederation in Sana’a, and al-Harik declaring independence in Aden, Saudi Arabia will be forced to address an increase of Yemeni refugees fleeing an impending ethnic conflict. Moreover, instability on Saudi Arabia’s southern border comes at a time when an ambiguous low-intensity conflict rages on their northern border between adoles[Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]
    cent Iraqi forces and fighters of the well-funded Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS). A cause for concern, the rapidly degrading situation along Saudi’s Iraqi border has resulted in the refunding of a once dormant public service project erecting a fence to prohibit the flood of refugees.
    In the wake of Daash leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi’s recent calls to attack targets inside of Saudi Arabia, the challenge to protect and defend the Kingdom, and to preserve Mecca as a religious icon for Muslims worldwide, has expounded tenfold. Requiring Saudi officials to react simultaneously to threats against both internal and external state formations, Iran single handily stands to gain from this test of Saudi’s regional superiority.
The timing of the Houthi rebellion in Yemen has been impeccable, consummating at the moment of King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz’s death in Jeddah, amidst struggling Saudi economic markets leaving the Kingdom reeling under the pressure of state guaranteed oil subsidies, and at a critical time of escalated political violence in Iraq. Recent events in Iraq and Yemen challenging Saudi Arabia’s ability to guarantee regional stability, appeal to a Persian Gulf regional security complex argument lending significant motivation and intent to subversive Iranian security policy designed to rebuke Saudi regional superiority. Inspiring multiple security dilemmas simultaneously, a subversive Iranian offensive waged by proxy would look suspiciously similar to the current state of affairs.
    Though the timing and efficiency of the Houthis' coup indicates a calculated and decisive military action, without empirical evidence connecting the Ayatollah to destabilizing trends in Yemen, Iranian stoking of regional instability is circumstantial at best. It appears however, that after near-term security challenges are addressed, Saudi Arabia will have to negotiate with a budding Shi’a presence strategically located at the adjoining fulcrum of the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden. With the possibility of an Iranian backed Shi’a government in control of the southern sea-lanes allowing passage to 21,000 seafaring vessels annually, this would imply Persian influence over Saudi’s backdoor to global economic prosperity in the coming decade.
    Captain William Allen is a US Marine currently serving as company commander of A Co. 4th Combat Engineer Battalion, 4th Marine Division. Graduating from Columbia University's Middle East Institute with a masters in Islamic Studies, Captain Allen is a Fellow with the Truman National Security Project and is currently serving as the Joseph S. Nye National Security Intern at the Center for a New American Security with their Technology and National Security Program. Captain Allen's writings can be found in the Small Wars Journal and the International Relations and Security Network at ETH Zurich. The views expressed in his writing are his alone.

    Video shows A-10 Thunderbolts support Peshmerga forces attacking ISIS militants near Mosul

    by David Cenciotti
    The first 20 seconds of the following footage show an A-10 Thunderbolt, attacking ISIS positions near Mosul, Iraq, on Jan. 22.
    Interestingly, the footage shows, once again, a U.S. Air Force A-10 flying at medium/low altitude over the battlefield, where the Warthog face the threat of MANPADS known to be in possession of Islamic State forces: according to a recent report, American A-10s were shot at with four Strela missiles during previous close air support missions in the same area.
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    La lutte contre le terrorisme dans une optique transatlantique

    by Hajnalka VINCZE
    [ltr]Dans l'attente du sommet européen du 12 février dédié à la lutte contre le terrorisme, une série de billets va tenter de décrypter les tendances et les enjeux des initiatives au niveau européen. Le fil directeur en est simple. Comme à l'accoutumée, et a fortiori dans les domaines liés à la sécurité, la référence transatlantique […]
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    Unique HD video shows Russian Su-27 intercept P-3 Orion aircraft over the Baltic Sea

    by David Cenciotti
    [ltr]A clip shows a close encounter over the Baltics between a Russian Flanker and a NATO P-3 Orion.
    The following footage is quite unique: it shows a single Russian Air Force Su-27 Flanker jet as it intercepts and shadows a P-3 Orion, reportedly flying over the Baltics.
    According to the source who sent it to us, the (unclassified) video was filmed in November 2014 by "one of the sensors carried by a Portuguese Air Force P-3 Orion MPA - Maritime Patrol Aircraft - during a mission over the Baltic Sea."
    The clip clearly shows the fully armed Su-27 approach the surveillance plane from the starboard side (at safe distance...), use the air brake to slow down speed and then break away.
    According to our source, it's pretty standard for the Russian Air Force to launch a single fighter jet to identify and escort NATO surveillance planes.
    As reported a few weeks ago, Russian Air Force spyplanes skirting foreign airspaces are frequently intercepted by NATO planes providing Baltic Air Policing task. This video proves that even the Russians keep an eye on NATO and non-NATO's surveillance and intelligence gathering activities in the region.
    The Portuguese Air Force operates a fleet of P-3 Orion aircraft within the 601 Squadron "Lobos" (Esquadra 601), a maritime patrol and anti-submarine warfare squadron based at Beja Air Base.
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    Stratégie d’influence : la formation des armées étrangères

    by Theatrum-Belli
    [ltr]L’émission Intelligence Économique diffusé sur France 24 met à l’honneur  la société Défense Conseil International (DCI) et le bateau de Formation Maritime l’Almak construit par la société Piriou à Concarneau. Le reportage est suivi d’une interviews de Frédéric Jouhaud, Vice-Président de la société Mars Analogies. Lire également l'article de Theatrum Belli sur l'ALMAK.
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    Members’ Roundup Part 11

    by Nam Nguyen
    [ltr]Welcome back to another edition of the Member Roundup. For those readers who have recently joined CIMSEC, or have just started reading the NextWar blog, this series seeks to promote the works that CIMSECians have published or been involved in on other sites. These include blog posts, journal articles, interviews and podcasts.
    The roundup usually consists of articles and blog posts. This edition will be the first to feature a podcast with CIMSECians as panel members. Scott Cheney-Peters and Mira Rapp-Hooper (CSIS) were joined by Bryan McGrath of the Hudson Institute's Centre for American Seapower, as well as RADM Mike Devitt (retd.) from CNA. The discussion ranged from maritime boundary and territorial disputes to the balance of seapower in Asia. You can stream and/or download the podcast here.
    The Center for a New American Security's Bavevich Fellow, Jacob Stokes, co-authored a policy brief titled 'Slow Thaw: Testing Possibilities for Cooperation with Iran After a Nuclear Deal.' The policy brief explores sources of disagreement and continued obstacles to cooperation, despite progress being made in the nuclear area. An analysis of possible areas of cooperation is presented, particularly within maritime security and the stability of Afghanistan. Finally, the paper provides a set of recommendations on how to maintain a positive relationship moving forward. You can access it via[url=http://www.cnas.org/sites/default/files/publications-pdf/CNAS_Iran Slow Thaw_policybrief_Goldenberg-Stokes-Heras.pdf] CNAS.[/url]
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    A flight of Aggressor F-15 Eagles and F-16 Fighting Falcons fly in formation. The jets are assigned to the 64th and 65th Aggressor squadrons at Nellis Air Force Base.
    Over at The Daily Beast, freelance Defense reporter (and CIMSECian) Dave Majumdar reports that the U.S. Air Force are considering hiring military contractors in order to train their fighter pilots. There are some mixed opinions within the military in pursuing this type of training support. Certainly, those who have a background or interest in training and simulation will find this an interesting read.
    Additionally, in a roundup of his own Dave assesses the top 4 weapons in the U.S. arsenal that should be retired. These include the Classic or "legacy" F-18 Hornets (A, B, C & D), as well as the M16 and M4 family of rifles. For a dissenting opinion on the M4 family of rifles, you might find this post over at War is Boring an interesting counter to Dave's argument.
    Finally, Zachary Keck from The National Interest returns with four posts for this week's roundup. The first is his analysis of the top  5 U.S. Weapons of War Iran should fear. The second is a report that Russia's Nuclear forces conduct surprise drill. Alliances are not perfect; here is Keck's analysis of the 5 Most Precarious U.S. Allies of all time. Finally, the truth is revealed on how China purchased the Liaoning, its first aircraft carrier.
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    An officer maintains lookout on China's aircraft carrier, Liaoning, during initial sea trials.
    At CIMSEC we encourage members to continue writing, either here on the NextWar blog or through other means. You can assist us by emailing your works to dmp@cimsec.org.

    Succès diplomatiques pour le Maroc

    by Theatrum-Belli
    [ltr]Dans un entretien téléphonique avec le Roi du Maroc, le jeudi 22 janvier, le secrétaire général des Nations Unies a voulu mettre fin  aux spéculations sur le projet de modifier le mandat de la Mission des Nations Unies au Sahara occidental (Minurso). Depuis  quelques années, la partie adverse, l’Algérie qui sponsorise le groupe activiste séparatiste […]
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    THALES : Impact de la situation financière de DCNS

    by Theatrum-Belli
    [ltr]DCNS, dont Thales est actionnaire à hauteur de 35%, a mené au cours des derniers mois un examen approfondi de la situation financière et contractuelle de plusieurs activités et programmes complexes qui connaissent des difficultés. Les principales conclusions de ces audits ont été communiquées aux instances de gouvernance de DCNS. Sur la base de ces […]
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    A LIRE : Géopolitique de l’énergie (revue Hérodote)

    by Les Clionautes
    [ltr]La revue Hérodote, revue de géographie et de géopolitique, a été lancée en 1976. Il y a bientôt quarante ans, et j’étais étudiant. Cette année, la Cliothèque a entrepris la recension systématique de chaque numéro de cette publication fondée par Yves Lacoste, un ami des Clionautes depuis le salon du livre des sciences humaines. Ce […]
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    AFINAL KC-390... AINDA PODE SER (M1776 - 17PM/2015)

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    KC-390 na apresentação pública da aeronave   Foto: Embraer Apesar da notícia divulgada pelo Expresso na passada quinta-feira 22 de janeiro, que dava conta da desistência da aquisição de cinco ou seis unidades do avião de carga da Embraer,  KC-390, a possibilidade destes aviões brasileiros virem a equipar futuramente a Força Aérea Portuguesa ainda continua de pé. A notícia do Expresso ter-se-á baseado na ausência de respostas do ministro da Defesa Aguiar-Branco, quando questionado sobre o assunto no parlamento, aquando da discussão da Lei de Programação Militar. O facto de estarem consignadas igualmente verbas para a modernização...
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    O FLANKER E O LOBO (M1775 - 16PM/2015)

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    O Sukhoi Su-27 através do sensor do P-3C Cup+ dos Lobos     Imagem: Vídeo FAP O vídeo de uma alegada interceção de um Su-27 a um P-3C da FAP, ontem divulgado pelo site de aviação "The Aviationist" e que o Pássaro de Ferro partilhou, tem estado a causar sensação por toda a comunidade aeronáutica nacional e internacional, devido à clareza e (até) beleza das imagens. Apesar de terem surgido algumas dúvidas quanto à legitimidade e veracidade das mesmas, que são atribuídas à Esquadra 601 - Lobos, o vídeo já chegou até ao jornal internacional Business Insider, que o partilhou nas redes sociais, à semelhança de muitos outros milhares...
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    VIRGINIA AVIATION MUSEU - A-7D (M1774 - 02RF/2015)

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    Ainda sobre a incursão feita no Virginia Aviation Museum, de que já aqui ficou a parte dedicada ao SR-71, aqui ficam as fotografias de um A-7D pertencente ao acervo daquele museu. 1970 Vought A-7D Corsair IIThe A-7D Corsair II is a single seat, light attack aircraft. Originally designed for the U.S. Navy, 459 A-7Ds were built for the US Air Force from 1968 to 1976. The A-7D achieved excellent bomb-deliver accuracy due to its automatic electronic navigation and weapon-delivery system.  The aircraft weighs 39,325 pounds when fully loaded with a maximum speed of 663 mph! The Museum's A-7D flew with the 192nd Tactical Fighter Group...
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    Jacques Sapir: “Bazzokada” de Mario Draghi Explicada
    Posted: 23 Jan 2015 05:09 AM PST
    // // // ]]> “Medida desesperada que nada prova dará os resultados esperados”. Assim analisa o célebre economista Jacques Sapir a “bazookada” ontem lançada por Mário Draghi. Sapir acrescenta mesmo que a medida pode ser vista como o início do reconhecimento de que a zona euro não funciona e que é preciso preparar a sua [...]
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    USS Zumwalt: Os Novos “Brinquedos” da Marinha Americana
    Posted: 23 Jan 2015 05:04 AM PST
    // // // ]]> O mais poderoso navio de guerra, jamais construído, o ‘Zumwalt’ (do nome de um almirante americano falecido no ano 2000), com as suas inéditas linhas futuristas, inaugura um novo tipo de navios e “is basically a Swiss-army knife for missions of the future, as it’s tailored for sustained operations against targets [...]
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    Vistorias e Inspeções de Segurança contra Incêndio
    Fonte: Caderno Prociv n.º 6
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    Jurisprudência criminal fixada

    Lista dos Acórdãos para fixação de jurisprudência criminal
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    MUITO MAIS QUE MEDIAÇÃO - Acerca da necessária ampliação da perspectiva respeitante à justiça restaurativa

    [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]Mucho más que mediación

    (acerca de la necessaria ampliación de perspectiva con respecto a la justicia restaurativa)

    Cristina Alonso Salgado | Outubro de 2013

    Mediación y Justicia Restaurativa no son conceptos, ni mucho menos, intercambiables. El reciente auge de la mediación ha ensombrecido otras posibilidades que brinda la Justicia Restaurativa. Es decir, siendo muchos los caminos que conducen a ella, el legislador español únicamente ha centrado su atención en el método morfológicamente más próximo al proceso penal tradicional, la mediación. Todo ello claro está, en detrimento de otras metodologías restaurativas que, por su propia configuración y diversidad, pueden resultar incluso, más flexibles a la hora de adaptarse al caso concreto y, por tanto ,más adecuadas para la resolución del conflicto penal.
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