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Microsoft Should Suspend Data Center Plans in Saudi Arabia: Balancing Corporate Growth with Human Rights Considerations

  In an era driven by digital transformation, the establishment of data centers has become a crucial aspect of expanding technological infrastructure. Companies like Microsoft, with their global reach and influence, face important decisions when choosing locations for their data centers. This article, on behalf of the Washington Institute for Defense and Security, argues that […]
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US approves sale of Tomahawk missiles to Australia under Aukus pact, raising concerns

Australia is set to purchase 220 cruise missiles, including Tomahawk missiles and technical support, from the US in a deal worth $895m, pending approval from Congress. These missiles will be used by Australia’s newly acquired Virginia-class submarines under the Aukus defence pact, and Defence Minister Richard Marles has described them as a “really important capability” […]
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US Army Plans to Establish Three Multidomain Task Force Units in the Pacific to Counter Emerging Threats

The US Army’s Chief of Staff, General James McConville, has recently announced plans to establish three multidomain task force units in the Pacific region. This move is aimed at bolstering the Army’s capabilities in the region and countering emerging threats from countries like China and Russia. Multidomain task force units are designed to operate across […]
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