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Opinion: The Militarization of America’s Law Enforcement and Protracted State Violence

Shelby Challis 

The militarization of law enforcement personnel in the United States is not a new phenomenon; rather, it is a decades-long trend that has recently been receiving extensive  995 more words

Public Policy

Largest U.S. airborne operation in the Arctic

Just as the US mentions that the Arctic is becoming a “national priority”…

From US Army

U.S. Army Alaska paratroopers conducted the largest U.S. airborne operation north of the Arctic Circle in over a decade Feb. 196 more words


Russia's Arctic Brigades to Get Cutting-Edge Equipment

From Sputniknews

Russia’s Arctic brigades will receive state-of-the-art equipment, developed or modernized taking into account regional specifics, according to the commander-in-chief of Russia’s ground forces. 141 more words


Police Violence in the US Threatens People's Lives

The militarization and brutality of US police and police killings of innocent people, especially of minorities, in the hands of white officers, is so bad and has reached such a level that even the UN which is loath to criticize the U.S. 342 more words

Blurred Lines : Policing militarily

Before I begin, a disclaimer: I am against the way policing is being practiced, but I am not anti-police. I am against war, but I am not anti-soldier. 1,565 more words


Russia could protect interests in Arctic via military means – defense minister

It seems that Putin’s agenda in the Arctic is changing rapidly. Not long ago, there was no militarization underway, he assured. Today, military means in the Russian Arctic are more than just an option. 332 more words


Russian Northern Fleet's antisubmarine aviation conducts drills in Arctic


Kamov Ka-27 helicopter crews trained their skills of submarine surveillance, and the crews of Ilyushin Il-38 warplanes used bombs, torpedoes and mines.

Over 800 military servicemen took part in the drills of antisubmarine aviation of the Russian Northern Fleet in the White and Barents seas, head of the fleet’s press service Vadim Serga said Thursday. 36 more words