Ocnus.Net
News Before Its News
About Us | Ocnus? |

Front Page 
 
 Africa
 
 Analyses
 
 Business
 
 Dark Side
 
 Defence & Arms
 
 Dysfunctions
 
 Editorial
 
 International
 
 Labour
 
 Light Side
 
 Research
Search

Front Page Last Updated: Oct 18, 2020 - 1:16:13 PM


Africa
Somalia: The Phantom Terror
In Mogadishu the security situation has improved to the point where many street barriers, installed to discourage suicide vehicle bomber attacks, have ben removed.

Oct 18, 2020 - 12:59:06 PM

Defence & Arms
Submarines: The China Crawl
In mid-2020 Chinese media featured stories about another Type 93G SSN (nuclear attack submarine) entering service.

Oct 18, 2020 - 12:58:03 PM

Dysfunctions
The Alleged Plot in Michigan Isn’t an Anomaly. The Domestic Terrorism Threat Is Rising.
Last week’s announcement by federal authorities that six men had been arrested and charged with conspiracy to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D) (seven other individuals were arrested on related state charges) is a chilling example of the evolving domestic terrorist threat facing America.

Oct 18, 2020 - 12:56:41 PM

Analyses
Winning: The Might Red Army Turned To Dust
Russia, for most of the 20 th century had the largest number of tanks in service. By the end of the 1990s the Russian tank force was much diminished while the U.S. force was holding steady and the Chinese force was growing.

Oct 18, 2020 - 12:55:27 PM

Business
General Electric Subsidiary to Provide Russian LNG Project With Key Equipment
The poisoning of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny caused an uproar in the international community, even leading to debates inside Germany about whether to punish Moscow by canceling the Nord Stream Two natural gas pipeline (see EDM, September 21).

Oct 18, 2020 - 12:54:12 PM


Latest Headlines
Africa
Somalia: The Phantom Terror
Côte d’Ivoire : à Abidjan, une opposition unie contre ADO mais à la stratégie incertaine
Le problème de l' « ethnicité » des milices d'autodéfense au Sahel, principaux responsables des violences au Burkina Faso et au Mali
Analyses
Even in Defeat, Trumpism Isn’t Going Anywhere
Winning: The Might Red Army Turned To Dust
Rohingya Conundrum
Business
General Electric Subsidiary to Provide Russian LNG Project With Key Equipment
Chinese state-owned end-users given verbal notice to stop importing Australian coal
The History of the Pharma Cartel
Dark Side
The sweet life of Russian spies in Slovakia: drunken parties in the High Tatras and a conspiracy apartment in Bratislava
How the Cambridge Analytica scandal unravelled
A Brief History of the Women’s KKK
Defence & Arms
Space: Never Enough Bandwidth
Submarines: The China Crawl
Machines set loose to slaughter’: the dangerous rise of military AI
Dysfunctions
Russia’s Interests in Belarus: Ends and Means
The Alleged Plot in Michigan Isn’t an Anomaly. The Domestic Terrorism Threat Is Rising.
With Fish Dying And Talk Of Rocket Fuel In The Water, Residents Of Russia's Kamchatka Want Answers
Editorial
Israel: Peace Deals, Ceasefires And Stalemates
A century-old treaty haunts the Mediterranean
Brain Gain
International
German Bundeswehr's Nuclear Combat Exercise
Neighborhood in Flames
China And Egypt: Enduring Ties Bounded On Complementarities
Labour
Hong Kong civil servants forced to choose between freedom of expression and their jobs
11 NY construction labor officials including James Cahill charged with racketeering, fraud and bribery
US Labor Unions File UN Complaint Accusing Trump Administration of 'Outrageous' Violations of Workers' Rights Amid Pandemic
Light Side
Why people have sex in graveyards
The Jazz Age’s Scandalous Sex Parties
Inside the Rowdy, Reckless Boomtown Bars of Alaska in the 1970s
Research
Reconnaissance Flights and U.S.-China Relations
The Arctic Hasn’t Been This Warm for Three Million Years
Space: General Atomics Goes Nuclear