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US President Donald Trump has named Robert O’Brien as the new National Security Advisor (NSA) of the US. He will replace John Bolton who was sacked by President Trump over differences on multiple issues especially in approach towards Iran and Venezuela. Robert O’Brien Robert O’Brien has been present in the US foreign policy arena of ..
Topics: Adviser • Current Affairs – June, 2013 • Federal government of the United States • First 100 days of Donald Trump's presidency • Government • John R. Bolton • National Security Advisor • National Security Council • National security councils • National security directive
Germany is trying to get new laws passed and even rope in increased private investment in the growing space market which is all set to reach a figure of $1 trillion per year by 2040s. The push to give Germany a bigger role in the space race comes as the European, the Asiana and the ..
The former Vice President of United States of America, Joe Biden has announced his joining the 2020 Democratic Presidential run by officially posting a video where he declared the above. The announcement has thus put to rest months of speculation over his candidature who is considered a stalwart of Democrats. Many opinion polls have already ..
Topics: Biden family • Current Affairs – September, 2013 • Executive branch of the United States government • Federal government of the United States • Joe Biden • Joe Biden 2008 presidential campaign • Joe Biden 2020 presidential campaign
Three Indian student teams won awards in NASA’s annual Human Exploration Rover Challenge which invites high school and college students to build and test roving vehicles for future missions to the Moon, Mars and beyond at the US Space and Rocket Centre in Huntsville, Alabama. The competition was hosted by NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center ..
Many activists from Central America and Mexico have questioned the focus of their governments on security for addressing the issue of migration after meetings they held with Kirstjen Nielsen, the US Secretary of Homeland Security. It was on Tuesday, that Nielsen had met the Mexican officials and also took part in a Summit held at ..
Topics: Common Security and Defence Policy • Executive branch of the United States government • Federal government of the United States • Government • Honduras • Kirstjen Nielsen • Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe • United States Department of Homeland Security • United States Secretary of Homeland Security