Iran Space Launch Cover for Test of Nuclear-Capable Missile Tech, U.S. Determines

Pompeo says U.S. withdrawal from Syria will not impact military effort to thwart Iranian terrorism

Mike PompeoABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates—The United States has determined that Iran's planned launch of satellites into space is actually a cover for the regime's continued testing of advanced missile technology capable of carrying a nuclear warhead, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told the Washington Free Beacon on Saturday ahead of private meetings with Gulf State officials regarding Tehran's ongoing support for terror groups.

A Hazardous Form of Peace

Review: 'Cocktails from Hell: Five Complex Wars Shaping the 21st Century' by Austin Bay

Austin Bay opens his new book on the world's flashpoints with a scene from the end of the Cold War. Or, at least, a scene from an American high-school during those strange days, as the Soviet bloc crumbled in the early 1990s. A retired Army colonel turned military historian and novelist, Bay was invited to join a panel of successful people who could tell an auditorium of high-school students and their parents about career development.