Drones Gone Wild returned from Spring Break in Yemen and annihilated several metric tonnes of creepy girl hating intolernant head chopping Great Satan haters.
Instead of getting hot for the "Near Enemy" - local regimes that don't cotton to al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula's partic brand of m"Hammedism - the Yemen bunch are hot to attack the "Far Enemy" - Great Satan.
Waves of American aircraft—identified by Yemeni officials as drones—targeted militants in vehicles, while Yemeni commandos poured from Russian-made helicopters steered by U.S. Special Operations pilots. The government of Yemen said 55 militants were killed, a sizable number that analysts said may also be significant.
What hardly anydobby has noted is - the Counter Terrorism approach - drones alone with a few raids here and there - may not be cutting it
Pic - "To achieve victory in this conflict, we require a comprehensive global counterinsurgency that will address global asymmetric threats. "
Although Japan does not have nuclear weapons, she has a nuclear weapons policy. The strategy was set out by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1969 in an internal document whose existence was kept secret until the daily Mainichi Shimbun published it in 1994. That paper states that “for the time being we will maintain the policy of not possessing nuclear weapons” but also “keep the economic and technical potential for the production of nuclear weapons, while seeing to it that Japan will not be interfered with in this regard.” Known as “technological deterrence,” this posture is inherently ambiguous, and has been made more so still by the ministry’s insistence that the document was a research paper rather than a statement of policy.