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You May Also Like: 5 Best Submarines of All Time, 5 Best Aircraft Carriers of All Time, 5 Best Battleships of All Time and Worst Submarine of All Time. Key point: The world has many hotspots that could result into global warfare. The world has avoided war between major power war since 1945, even if the United States and the Soviet Union came quite close on several occasions during the Cold War. In the first two decades following the fall of the Berlin Wall, great power war seemed virtually unimaginable. Today, with China s power still increasing and Russia s rejection of the international order apparently complete, great power conflict is back on the menu. In what is slowly becoming a tradition here at TNI (see my predictions for 2017 and 2018) what are the most dangerous flashpoints to watch in 2019? The South China Sea: The South China Sea (SCS) has become wrapped into the growing trade clash between the United States and China. For now, that conflict is playing out in exchanges of heated rhetoric, tariffs and various other trade sanctions. The United States and Canada recently escalated the conflict by arresting an executive of the Chinese technology firm Huawei, which led to counter steps by China against Canadian citizens and U.S. firms. As of yet the United States and China have not drawn a tight connection between the trade war and the ongoing disputes in the SCS. However, as relations between the two countries deteriorate, one or the other might decide to escalate beyond dollars, words and legal filings. Indeed, if China and the United States conclude that their trade relationship (which has provided the foundation of global economic growth for the last two decades) is at substantial risk, and similarly conclude that further conflict is inevitable, then either might decide to take off the gloves in the SCS. Ukraine: The world remembered Ukraine when an incident at the passage into the Sea of Azov resulted in shots fired, a ramming and the detention of two Ukrainian patrol vessels. Whether instigated by Russia or Ukraine (and both governments appear to have played some part), the interception reignited tensions in a crisis that has smoldered for the last couple of years. The declaration of martial law by the Ukrainian government suggested the possibility of unrest in Ukraine. To be sure, Russia seems to lack any interest in disrupting the status quo ahead of the Ukrainian elections, while the Ukrainian government continues to lack the capacity to consequentially change facts on the ground. The upcoming elections will probably not change the basic equation, but could introduce uncertainty. Given the continuing tensions between Russia and the United States, even a small shift could threaten the uneasy balance that has held for the last several years, potentially throwing Eastern Europe into chaos. Persian Gulf: The perpetual political and military crisis in the Middle East has settled into an uneasy tedium. Economic pressure on Iran continues to increase, as the United States take ever more aggressive steps to curtail trade. The Saudi war on Yemen shows no signs of abating, and while the Syrian Civil War has dialed down to a low, slow burn, both the United States and Russia remain committed to their partners and proxies. But like any slow burn, the conflict could reignite. Political turmoil in Iran could destabilize the region, either pushing Iran into aggressive behavior or making the Islamic Republic a tempting target for its enemies. The tensions between Kurds, Turks, Syrians and Iraqis could break into open conflict at any time. Finally, the mercurial leader of Saudi Arabia has demonstrated time and again a proclivity for risk acceptance, even as whispers about the stability of the Kingdom grow louder. Given the strategic importance of the region, any instability could lead to conflict between the United States, Russia or even China. Korean Peninsula: It is undoubtedly correct that tensions on the Korean Peninsula have declined a great deal in the last year, as Kim Jong un has demonstrated a degree of forbearance regarding nuclear and ballistic missile tests, and President Donald Trump has toned down his rhetoric about confronting North Korea. And indeed, the prospects of an enduring peace are surely brighter now than at any time since the mid 1990s. And yet serious pitfalls remain. The president has staked his prestige on an agreement with North Korea, yet by most serious accounts North Korea has not suspended, or even slowed, its production of nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles. President Trump s advisors are aware of and unhappy about this fundamental contradiction. If Trump sours on Kim, if elements of the administration try to spoil any agreement, or if Kim sours on Trump, the relationship between Washington and Pyongyang could go sour very quickly. Moreover, neither China nor Japan are fully on board with reconciliation between South Korea and a fully nuclear North Korea, although their reasons for skepticism are quite different. All told, the situation in Korea remains much more dangerous than the most optimistic assessments would suggest. Unpredictable? As a colonel at the U.S. Army War College memorably phrased the problem, the United States has wrongly predicted every conflict since the Korean War. Why should we expect World War III will be any different? Great powers tend to devote diplomatic, military, and political resources to what they regard as the most serious conflicts on their plates. Less critical conflicts don t receive as much attention, meaning that they can sometimes grow into serious confrontations before anyone quite notices what s going on. Disruptive conflict could emerge in the Baltics, in Azerbaijan, in Kashmir or even in Venezuela, but the United States, China and Russia only have so much focus. If World War III comes about, it may well come from a completely unexpected direction. Final Thoughts: Is the world more dangerous today than it was a year ago? Perhaps not, although the decay of the relationship between China and the United States portends ill for the future. The flashpoints may change over time, but the fundamental foundations of conflict the decay of U.S. military hegemony and of the global international order that has accompanied it mean that the near future will likely become more hazardous than the recent past. Robert Farley, a frequent contributor to TNI, is a Visiting Professor at the United States Army War College. The views expressed are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of the Department of the Army, Department of Defense, or the U.S. Government. This first appeared at the beginning of the year. Image: Reuters. View the discussion thread. copy; Copyright 2019 Center for the National Interest All Rights Reserved
The San Francisco company is clarifying its rules as some Democrats say they would like to see President Donald Trump booted off Twitter, his favored platform for filterless communication with the world.But while Twitter says it will enforce its policies against any user when it comes to material such as child sexual abuse, direct threats of violence against a private individual, or posting someone's private information, it doesn't appear Trump's account is in imminent danger.
"One of the accounts I recommend that all men on twitter follow is @LifeMathMoney He will teach you many things you need to know. Women can follow if too, if they want," Bansal had said in his tweet.One of the accounts I recommend that all men on twitter follow is @LifeMathMoneyHe will teach you many things you need to know. Women can follow if too, if they want.
Four accounts, though none connected to the unnamed presidential campaign or the current and former U.S. government officials, were compromised by the group, called Phosphorus, Tom Burt, Microsoft s vice president for customer security amp; trust, said Friday in a blog post.The attacks took place in a 30 day period between August and September, Burt said in the post. Phosphorous made more than 2,700 attempts to identify consumer email accounts belonging to specific Microsoft customers and then attack 241 of those accounts, he said. The targeted accounts are associated with a U.S. presidential campaign, current and former U.S. government officials, journalists covering global politics and prominent Iranians living outside Iran.
A petition has been filed in the Supreme Court seeking a direction to the Centre for appropriate steps to link social media accounts with Aadhaar, the 12 digit unique identification number, to check the menace of "fake and paid news".
Windows 10 will take another step forward with the second feature update of 2019 later this week, by all accounts, although it's set to be a minor upgrade compared to past efforts.
This means that if you already have the app installed, you can continue to use it but won't be able to create new accounts or reverify existing accounts. The app said that all Android phones running on Android 2.3.7 operating system and iPhones running on iOS 7 will not support WhatsApp from February 1, 2020, onwards. The company has also said that WhatsApp will not be available in the Microsoft Store after July 1, 2019.The change was also spotted and reported by WhatsApp tracker WABetainfo. "No support for iOS 8 You can still use WhatsApp on iOS 8, but if you reinstall the app, you will no longer able to verify your account. The iOS 8 compatibility will be fully removed in February 1, 2020. Windows Phone is confirmed to be deprecated after December 31, 2019," the blog said on its Twitter handle.
The WhatsApp FAQ page clearly informs that all Android phones running on Android 2.3.7 operating system and iPhones running on iOS 7 will not support WhatsApp February 1, 2020, onwards. Additional, WhatsApp users won t be able to re verify existing accounts. The company has also said that WhatsApp will be not available in the Microsoft Store after July 1,2019.WhatsApp, which is owned by Facebook, said it is expected that impact would be limited from the change, and it would only affect users with very old Android phones and iPhones.
This new contract covers the first mission that will carry actual astronauts to the Moon, which NASA is still targeting for 2024, and covers additional missions spanning ordering periods running up to September 30, 2030. The concrete missions that are already planned, which will trigger immediate orders, are Artemis III through V, and that contract is valued at $2.7 billion. In 2022, NASA then plans to put down orders for Artemis VI through VIII, which accounts for the second batch of Orion capsules and will come in at $1.9 billion. NASA says that it;s purposely batching orders in groups of three to ;benefit from efficiencies that become available in the supply chain over time; efficiencies which presumably account for the $800 million price differential.NASA also hopes to be cost efficient through spacecraft reuse: It 's hoping to re fly the Orion capsules it 's purchasing at least once per spacecraft, beginning with Artemis II, the first crewed mission in the Artemis program, which will aim to do a Moon flyby but not actually touch down on the lunar surface. NASA also notes that work done for this Orion contract will serve its Lunar Gateway project, as well, with re use of components developed for the spacecraft contributing to its plan to develop a lunar space station to support future Moon missions, as well as stage missions to Mars and beyond.
In 2018, Twitter released an archive of thousands of accounts that the platform determined were involved in potentially state backed information campaigns. Since then, it has continued to make announcements of its efforts to remove accounts spreading disinformation. Denis Charlet AFP Getty Images hide caption
Mobile gaming has fallen into a familiar rut over the last few years: match three puzzlers, Battle Royale shooters, augmented reality Pok eacute;mon Go copycats, tower defense games that push card collecting mechanics on unsuspecting users (and parents #39; bank accounts). Amid the same old routine, truly ambitious mobile titles have been few and far between, further convoluting a market that feels more watered down with each passing year. The majority of these issues stem from developers looking for a good way to monetize their games. Most mobile titles are either free or only cost players a few bucks upfront (or a few hundred bucks over the course of a game #39;s lifetime in the case of free to play titles). Apple Arcade, Apple 's game centric subscription service meant to fit right in between its Apple Music and Apple TV services, aims to change that.
Malnutrition continues to be the leading cause for death among Indian children under the age of five, according to a study led by the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR).The death rate due to malnutrition in children under five years of age in India has dropped by two thirds between 1990 and 2017, but still accounts for 68% of deaths in children of the age group, according to ICMR s comprehensive estimates of disease burden caused by child and maternal malnutrition.
WhatsApp status can now be directly shared to Facebook stories. An update was received by WhatsApp on both iOS and Android that will allow users to directly share their WhatsApp stories to their respective Facebook accounts. Those users who have WhatsApp and Facebook accounts both will have a new option when they add a WhatsApp status.The option Share to Facebook Story will be added under the My Status option. When users will click on this option, the share sheet menu will open up. Users will be able to share their status with other apps as well, other than Facebook.
Owners of Purdue Pharma that makes OxyContin drug used Swiss and other hidden accounts to transfer $1 billion to themselves, contended New York 's attorney general in court papers filed on Friday. New York claimed that it has uncovered entities they control, several financial institutions and the previously unknown wire transfers among members of the Sackler family. New York, along with other states, has alleged that the Sacklers worked to shield their wealth in recent years because of mounting worries about legal threats and the recent revelation of transfer bolster their allegations. According to the filings, millions of dollars were sent to Mortimer D.A. Sackler, who is a former member of Purdue 's board and a son of one of its founders.Read: Pakistan born Teenager Charged For Planning Terror Attack In New York