The U.S. Navy is moving forward on plans to develop a new powerful class of guided-missile frigates.
The navy has scheduled a series of tests for the cruise missile armed Krasnodar submarine.
Or will the U.S. military strikes go down in history as a useless, empty gesture?
Will Trump be able to resist the temptation to escalate the war against Assad?
Syria's state news agency has said that there were a number of civilian casualties from United States missile strikes.
Russian politicians have criticized the U.S. airstrike on the Syrian military.
Its payload, range and navigation benefits explained.
The Chinese would like to take advantage of Trump's transactional bargaining tendencies.
U.S. Strategic Command head Gen. John Hyten said the U.S. had "no defense" for Russia's SSC-8 nuclear-capable cruise missiles in Europe.
Russia has delivered a batch of shoulder-fired Igla-S air defense missile systems to Brazil and has planned on sending Panstir-1 air defense and artillery systems.
Trump said in an interview with the Financial Times, that China has great influence over North Korea and that "China will either decide to help us with North Korea, or they won't.
Russia's Yasen-class Kazan nuclear submarine was designed to hold long-range Kalibr cruise missiles, supersonic Oniks cruise missiles and more deadly weapons.
The used Adelaide frigates could cost Poland as much as $700 million.
Russia fired missiles only miles away from NATO forces in the volatile Black Sea region, where the U.S. has accused Moscow of threatening its interests.
The Seoul branch of the U.N. Human Rights Committee employs six people to listen to defectors' accounts of human rights abuses.
North Korean missile tests have increased in frequency this year.
The move will be Tokyo's biggest show of naval force in the region since World War II.