The military provocations do not stop in the Asia-Pacific region.
As U.S./NATO is pointing its weapons in all directions Russia has begun addressing vulnerabilities and the arms race is renewed with the militarization of space, with the U.S., Russia, France, Japan, China, and India as the major players.
This is the global military industrial complex profiting and expanding.
Be aware, all wars are bankers’ wars. (See Mike Rivero)
Capital moves when there is war or gross fiscal mismanagement, according to seasoned researchers. Follow the money is the mantra for investigators & researchers.
After the 2008 financial crisis we have witnessed massive capital flows and fiscal mismanagement…
The currency wars that are unfolding fits the plans for a economic reset to be finalized with another type of Bretton Woods agreement after a world war… to usher in another century of central bank controlled global economic mismanagement. ~Ron
Indian Satellite Launch Marks Big Success for New Rocket Engine
by Stephen Clark, Spaceflight Now January 14, 2014
See more at: http://www.space.com/24273-india-satellite-launch.html
NATO Is Pushing East And Russia Heeds The Warning
First Russian military spacecraft to be launched in March
Despite having two monitoring stations in the country, there are still eight to ten hours a day during which China cannot track its deep space detectors, said Zhou Jianliang, chief engineer of the Beijing Aerospace Control Center, at a press conference.
“It is imperative to build a deep space monitoring station abroad in order to make up for blind measurements and realize round-the-clock monitoring for future deep space missions,” Zhou said.
Read More: http://www.spacedaily.com/reports/Deep_space_monitoring_station_abroad_imperative_999.html
Japanese defence minister’s Indian visit strengthens military ties
By Deepal Jayasekera 10 January 2014
A four-day visit by Japanese Defence Minister Itsunori Onodera to India this week underscored moves by Tokyo to integrate New Delhi into a US-led strategic alliance against China. Amid Japan’s territorial dispute and growing tensions with Beijing, Japan’s government is pushing for closer military ties with India, another country with unresolved border conflicts with China.
Read More: http://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2014/01/10/indi-j10.html