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  1. The North Korea-Iran Relationship: An Anti-American Alliance or Transactional Partnership?

    Private Viewpoints November 24, 2021 Four decades after the Iranian Revolution, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) maintains a close partnership with Iran. On June 20, 2021, North Korea’s Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un  congratulated  Ebrahim Ra ...

  2. The New Face of War: Devastating Drone Attacks in Ukraine Have Implications for the US Military in the Middle East

    Private Viewpoints March 1, 2022 In dramatic video coverage currently going viral on YouTube and TikTok, Ukrainian drones are seen to destroy a Russian convoy, with startling speed — and total impunity. The story of how destructive such drone attacks are ...

  3. Not “business as usual”: The Chinese military’s visit to Iran

    Private Viewpoints May 16, 2022 Amid stalled nuclear talks with the P5+1, a senior Chinese military delegation, headed by Chinese State Councilor and Minister of National Defense Gen. Wei Fenghe, landed in Iran for a visit in late April. The readouts from ...

  4. Iran Is Developing Preemptive-Strike Capabilities with Drones and Cruise Missiles

    Private Viewpoints May 31, 2022 Iran is continuing to develop and expand its capabilities to deploy and produce drones. At the same time, it is producing air-launched precision weapons, launch platforms, and intelligence-gathering systems carried by drone ...

  5. Insecurity Prompts Iran’s Deceptive Show of Force

    Private Viewpoints June 8, 2022 Tehran is using drone technology to restore a deterrent posture tarnished by recent targeted killings, attacks on military and nuclear sites, and popular domestic uprisings. Iran claims to have the most powerful and diverse ...

  6. Fly for a Might Guy: Putin’s Drone Deal with Iran

    Private Viewpoints July 20, 2022 Russia reportedly intends to buy Iranian unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) – including armed models – to sustain its war on Ukraine. Yet, while the purchase has grabbed headlines around the world, it is unlikely to have a si ...

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