“NATO can no longer ignore China's activities in Europe.” — Adm. James G. Foggo III, Commander, @USNavyEurope and Commander, Allied Joint Force Command Naples China Becoming Concern for U.S. Commanders in Europe. READ NOW ⬇️
This Day, 1944: Bretton Woods. With Allied forces beating Germany & Japan in WWII, planning for the postwar era began. A core belief of Franklin Roosevelt—borrowed from a prior wartime leader, Woodrow Wilson—was that free trade brought not only prosperity, but also peace (more)
KSK, Hermany’s elite special forces, which has served alongside U.S. and other allied special units in Afghanistan and Iraq, was partially disbanded because allegations of extremism
Washington has mistakenly lost confidence in its ability to change the state of U.S.-Russian relations, argues Victoria Nuland. A new U.S. president should take charge in mounting a unified defense of U.S. and allied security interests.
The Next Stage project brings together the Davis Phinney Foundation and Allied Cycle Works in a charitable effort that seeks to draw awareness to those living with Parkinson’s Disease.
Today is #DDay . A day to honor our heroes. More than 160,000 brave Allied troops landed along a 50-mile stretch of heavily-fortified French coastline to fight Nazi Germany on the beaches of Normandy, France, June 6, 1944.
76 years after Allied forces stormed the beaches of Normandy on D-Day, we remain in awe of their heroism. Today and every day, we give thanks for their courage and the commitment of all freedom-loving people who contributed to their victory.
On June 6, 1944, 160,000+ Allied troops landed at #Normandy , a heavily fortified stretch of French coastline to initiate #DDay . More than 10,000 Allied soldiers were killed or wounded, but by day's end, the Allies had begun liberating Europe. #DDay747 #TodayinHistory4
Today we mark another milestone: the 74th anniversary of #DDay , the Allied invasion of Normandy. On June 6, 1944, more than 70,000 brave young Americans charged out of landing craft, jumped out of airplanes, and stormed into hell...
When ignorance and bigotry are allied with power, it’s a dangerous force in our country. To not stand up to this; to be silent— is to be a part of the problem.
Sen. Booker to DHS Sec. Nielsen, who was in White House immigration meeting: "When ignorance and bigotry is allied with power, it is a dangerous force in our country. Your silence and your amnesia is complicity."
To those few Senators who think I don’t like or appreciate being allied with other countries, they are wrong, I DO. What I don’t like, however, is when many of these same countries take advantage of their friendship with the United States, both in Military Protection and Trade...