The United States and Israel successfully tested the Arrow 3 weapons system to defend against ballistic missiles.
The United States and Israel successfully tested the Arrow 3 weapons system to defend against ballistic missiles.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said on Friday that the State Department is working to deliver on President Donald Trump’s promise to “fix” the Iran nuclear deal.
General Valery Gerasimov, chief officer of the Russian military, kicked off a meeting with Japanese Defense Minister Itsunori Onodera on Monday by blaming Japan, South Korea, and the United States for increasing tensions on the Korean Peninsula with a joint military exercise.
A year and a half after its first naval test, Israel’s Iron Dome system was declared fully operational for use on a gunship off Israel’s coasts Monday, in what the military described as a “significant milestone” in its efforts to counter the threat of ballistic missiles.
The Communist regime in North Korea has threatened the small island of Guam with the launch of ballistic missiles, but some scientists say the U.S. territory is already feeling the effects of another “serious” enemy.
A Syrian opposition website called Zamanalwsl.net is reporting that Iran is building long-range ballistic missiles at a weapons factory operating under the auspices of the Assad regime’s Syrian Scientific Studies and Research Center.
TEL AVIV – Iran recently used a Star of David as a target for a ballistic missile test, Israel’s envoy to the UN said Wednesday, releasing satellite images of the site to the United Nations Security Council.
Even as North Korea’s outlaw regime fumed that international sanctions against its missile and nuclear programs are unreasonable and disgraceful, North Korean forces have reportedly hijacked a Russian yacht.
(AFP) TEHRAN, Iran — Iran’s armed forces warned Iranian President Hassan Rouhani against discussing the country’s defense program after he criticized the anti-Israel slogans written on the side of ballistic missiles, local media reported on Saturday.
On Friday’s Breitbart News Daily, former U.N. ambassador John Bolton joined SiriusXM host Alex Marlow for a look at President Trump’s first hundred days from a foreign policy and national security perspective.
In the latest installment in North Korea’s never-ending stream of murderous threats, the official newspaper of the Workers’ Party said a North Korean preemptive strike would annihilate both South Korea and the continental United States.
A bill introduced in the Senate on Thursday would impose sanctions on Iran for launching ballistic missiles and other provocative acts, a move that fits with President Donald Trump’s plans to take a tougher stance against the top sponsor of terror in the world, according to the U.S. Department of State.
U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley said on Wednesday that the United States is “considering every option that’s on the table” in response to North Korea’s provocative launch of ballistic missiles at Japan on Monday.
South Korea’s Ministry of Unification has quadrupled its reward for North Korean defectors who supply classified information.
The United States, Japan, and the Republic of Korea (South Korea) issued a trilateral statement on North Korea on Monday, denouncing Pyongyang’s “flagrant disregard for multiple United Nations Security Council resolutions prohibiting its ballistic missile and nuclear programs” and calling for “strong international pressure on the regime.”
Iran held large-scale military exercises over the weekend, including tests of its missile systems, in what the Iranian military said was a gesture of defiance against new U.S. sanctions.
U.S. officials announced Iran conducted another ballistic missile test in defiance of U.N. sanctions on Sunday, test-firing a Khorramshahr medium-range missile from the test site in Semnan, 140 miles east of Tehran.
Commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) Aerospace Force boasted that Iran is now capable of designing and producing all the missiles and aircraft it needs, the state-supported news agency Tasnim reported.
TEL AVIV – Amid ongoing Iranian threats to “retaliate” if the U.S. pursues a decade-long sanctions extension, Iran has managed to enhance both the quality and quantity of ballistic missiles, the commander of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps’ air and missile force boasted.
Russian media have reported that S-400 anti-aircraft missiles and Iskander ballistic missiles will be moved to Kaliningrad, which borders on Poland and Lithuania, because President Vladimir Putin is “concerned” about NATO expansion and the deployment of U.S. missile shield technology in Europe.
The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) delivers the latest update on President Obama’s Iran deal, in which we learn about yet another secret side agreement, this one signed just hours before Tehran took delivery of a plane filled with $400 million in cash and released four American hostages.
Hillary Clinton dodged the question at the community-in-chief forum of whether she would use military force or negotiations if Iran cheated on the nuclear deal.
The day after Americans discovered their President made a secret deal with Iran to restart their nuclear program in just 10 years, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif declared that restoring the theocracy’s uranium enrichment program was a “matter of pride.”
North Korea still has a perfect failure record launching ballistic Musudan missiles, according to American and South Korean intelligence reports, but one of two missiles launched on Wednesday reached an altitude of 620 miles, the best yet on record.
TEL AVIV – A senior Iranian missile force commander claimed that U.S. officials are secretly instructing the Islamic Republic to keep its ballistic missile tests on the down low so as not to alarm the region, according to the Iranian Tasnim News Agency.
Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei reiterated his distrust of the United States to the Iranian people on Monday and called for Iran to be self-sufficient in order to prevent reliance on Western powers.
Iran warned the U.S. on Monday that any attempt to encroach on the Islamic Republic’s ballistic missile program would constitute the crossing of a “red line.” “The US calculations about the Islamic Republic and the Iranian nation are fully incorrect,” Iranian Deputy Chief of Staff Brig-Gen Maassoud Jazzayeri was quoted by the Fars News Agency as saying.
North Korea tried a little more saber-rattling in its ongoing tantrum against the U.S. and UN on Friday, firing two medium-range ballistic missiles in Japan’s general direction. Unfortunately for the irate dictatorship, one of the missiles blew up in flight, making it a less impressive demonstration of military might.
Seoul (AFP) – North Korea test fired what appeared to be two medium-range ballistic missiles on Friday, just days after leader Kim Jong-Un promised a series of nuclear warhead tests and missile launches.
Iran conducted another round of illegal ballistic missile tests on Tuesday, and they may prove to be an even more egregious violation of sanctions than the launch in October. Iran openly defied the United Nations and United States — which an Iranian general described as “our main enemy” — and threatened to walk away from President Obama’s nuclear deal.
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iran’s official news agency says the Revolutionary Guard has launched several ballistic missiles during a military exercise. The Tuesday report by IRNA did not elaborate but said the missiles were launched from silos in several locations
The U.N. Security Council has unanimously voted to impose tougher sanctions against North Korea for refusing to abandon its nuclear warhead and ballistic missile programs.
American experts believe the satellite North Korea launched into space has finally stopped tumbling and reached a stable orbit, but it is still highly unlikely to be producing data and sending it back to earth.
North Korea sent a patrol boat into sovereign South Korean waters just days after violating international sanctions by shooting a long-range rocket into space, allegedly to install a new satellite into orbit. South Korea’s navy forced the patrol boat to retreat, firing multiple warning shots in its direction.
GOP presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson responded to North Korea’s satellite launch with ballistic missile technology, saying this is evidence of “just how ineffectual America’s current foreign policy approach has become.”
House Foreign Affairs Chairman Rep. Ed Royce (R-CA) called upon President Barack Obama to keep his promise to the American people that he will “‘fully enforce’ sanctions on Iran’s illicit programs and confront its dangerous acts” following Tuesday’s passage of the Iran Terror Finance Transparency Act (HR 3662) by the House of Representatives.
Iran will ignore recently-passed U.S. sanctions against its ballistic missile program, the regime’s defense minister pledged on Monday, promising to unveil new homemade weapons systems in the near future.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu rightly inferred that one threat more dangerous than President Obama’s Iranian nuclear deal would be failing to meaningfully enforce all restrictions to Iran’s nuclear weapons program once the deal is in place.
The notion that the Obama administration’s talking points increasingly sound like they are coming out of Tehran was further solidified this week, culminating with an op-ed published by Bloomberg confirming that the State Department acquiesced to Iran’s demand to reject new missile sanctions.
Iranian regime officials have pledged to respond to any coming U.S. sanctions by “forcefully” continuing to boost “its missile capabilities,” announced defense minister Brig Gen Hossein Dehqan on Friday. The Obama White House was said to be preparing financial sanctions
The United States is preparing new sanctions against the Islamic Republic of Iran after the regime in Tehran conducted ballistic missile tests in violation of international sanctions.
Senator Bob Menendez of New Jersey, perhaps the most outspoken critic of Barack Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran on the Democrat side of the aisle – and a serious contender for the bipartisan criticism championship belt – is outraged about the Administration’s weak response to last month’s illegal Iranian ballistic missile test.
The United States, along with France, Britain, and Germany, have asked the U.N. Security Council to investigate Iran’s recent violation of a ballistic-missile test ban and take “appropriate action.”
Secretary of State John Kerry, Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz, and Secretary of the Treasury Jack Lew are making the rounds on Capitol Hill in an effort to sell the Iran deal. Their appearance at the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Thursday did not go well, as the three men struggled to answer basic questions and objections to the substance of the deal, as well as the process through which it had been rushed to the UN Security Council before coming to Congress. There were several new revelations at the hearing. Here are the 5 most important.
President Barack Obama boasted last week that his administration forced Iran to accept an eight-year delay in the lifting of ballistic missile sanctions, when Iran wanted those restrictions canceled immediately. (Never mind that Iran made the demand at the last minute, raising a “non-nuclear” issue of the sort Obama says the U.S. could not make with regard to American captives.) Now, Obama’s brag turns out to have been a lie. There are no ballistic missile restrictions in the deal: Iran is merely “called upon” to refrain, voluntarily, from such technology.