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World War Watch: 4/10/17
Russia, Syria, Iran and Nicaragua?

“War therefore is an act of violence to compel our opponent to fulfil our will.”  

- Karl Von Clausewitz, “On War”

“If the enemy is to be coerced, you must put him in a situation that is even more unpleasant than the sacrifice you call on him to make. The hardships of the situation must not be merely transient – at least not in appearance. Otherwise, the enemy would not give in, but would wait for things to improve.”

- Karl Von Clausewitz, “On War”  

Induction then destruction…who wants to die?


Russia and Iran pledge to hit back against further Syria strikes as they blast US for ‘crossing red lines’

The command centre for the two countries and allied groups released a joint statement today saying they would ‘respond to future breaches of red lines with force’

Back to the future

The Russians are in Nicaragua once more.


Russian President Vladimir Putin. Photo/AP

Fears grow over mystery Russian compound in Nicaragua


The New Zealand Herald |

US officials are keeping a keen eye on a Russian complex nestled on the edge of a volcanic crater in Nicaragua.

The center, which is believed to be a satellite station, has been built near the Laguna de Nejapa in Managua - the capital of the Central American nation, according to .

The Washington Post reports the local government described the complex as, "simply a tracking site of the Russian version of a GPS satellite system", but not everyone is convinced it isn't something more sinister.

"Clearly there's been a lot of activity, and it's on the uptick now," a US official and expert on Central America, told the newspaper.

Other officials said there are concerns the hub could be a "dual use" facility, meaning it could house equipment and workers with the ability to conduct electronic surveillance against American citizens.

From where the compound is located, it offers those who are based there a clear view of the US Embassy about 10 miles away in the heart of Managua.

One local spoke about the type of people working at the GPS center.

"I have no idea," she told the Times, when asked about rumors it was a spy center, before adding: "They are Russian, and they speak Russian, and they carry around Russian apparatuses."

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