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The US just tested its first post-INF Treaty missile, and Russia and China are both worried and warning that the US is igniting a new arms race.
A popular Reddit thread about an "atomic cigarette lighter" seems true. In 1952, the physicist Ted Taylor used a nuclear blast to ignite his smoke.
30 years after Tiananmen Square massacre, China is more authoritarian than ever but also more capitalist
The Tiananmen square massacre on June 4, 1989, shaped China as we know it today. In the three decades since, China traded freedom for economic growth.
NATO was formed 70 years ago, as Europe recovered from World War II. The alliance has only grown and is now poised to welcome its 30th member.
The Pentagon is reviving this hard-hitting Cold War strategy to devastate any Chinese and Russian assaults
The "Assault Breaker" concept is back, but this time DARPA aims to defeat attacking enemies with even smarter and more powerful weapons.
There’s an abandoned fallout shelter from the Cold War underneath an elementary school in Washington DC. Take a look inside.
The nuclear fallout shelter under the Oyster-Adams school in DC has remained untouched for over 55 years. It still holds remnants of the Cold War.
There have been a number of events that brought us closer to doomsday, say scientists, including the Cold War and the election of Donald Trump.
While working for the KGB, Vladimir Putin served with a spy agency in East Germany from 1985 to 1990. He was issued the ID when he was 33.
The US military’s top officer says Russia and China present different challenges — but they both can rival US power
The world isn't in another Cold War, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff says, but there are real challenges to US power on the rise.
The lesson of Petrov's service bears repeating as the US and Russia find themselves sliding into a new arms race.