After a brief (SAT-induced) hiatus, it has returned!
Washington Examiner | Congressmen Doug Lamborn and Trent Franks give us their views on President Obama’s missile defense plans. Space-based interceptors are still needed, they say. How much that would cost? And how practical that would be?
Lobe Log | Usha Sahay discusses the differences between Iran and North Korea. With roads like these, how could anyone confuse the two? More from Meir Javedanfar.
CS Monitor | Israel has ostensibly obvious motives for bombing Syria, but is it worth the risk?
FAS Strategic Security Blog | Russia’s SSBN fleet hasn’t been doing much. Come to think of it, the U.S.’s hasn’t been very active of late either. The financial burdens of SSBN modernization are heavy both at home and abroad. And while we’re reading the FAS blog, what are the Chinese doing with their ICBMs?
Department of Defense | The Pentagon’s eagerly awaited annual China military report has arrived, so now we know what the Chinese are doing with their ICBMs. Hey, now there’s a North Korea report along with it. There’s an Iran report, too, but you can’t read it.
Foreign Policy Association | Why is the NRA so interested in the ATT? Scott Monje explains.
Aviation Week | The X-51A went really, really fast. Video.
The Diplomat | Despite being a phenomenal TV show, Battlestar Galactica cannot help us determine military policy. Right? Wrong, says James Holmes.
Japan Times | Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has lately been making some bold moves in cutting nuclear supply deals. What is he heading towards?
We hope you enjoy this installment of FYRP.