Disposable Protective Clothing Market Protecting Future Workers and Market

The global disposable protective clothing market was valued at $2.6 Trillion in 2018 and is projected to reach $46.8 Trillion by 2026, growing at a CAGR of 6.8% from 2019 to 2026. Protective clothing refers to various suits and uniforms worn to protect the user from harm. Protective clothing protects the personnel from physical, electrical, heat, chemicals, biohazards, and airborne particulate matter. Disposable protective clothing offers protection without the inconvenience of having to decontaminate used suits.

Indium Gallium Arsenide (InGaAs) Market to Exhibit Dexterous Growth

 Travel restrictions imposed during the coronavirus outbreak has changed how the ICT industry operates on a significant scale. The pandemic has resulted in suspension of major business decisions in the sector. In addition, a number of projects have either been delayed or cancelled. Consequently, the demand for indium gallium arsenide is likely to dip in the near term. On the other hand, the demand for InGaAs is likely to be disrupted only till the end of 2020. The global indium gallium arsenide market has been projected to grow at an impressive 8.5% CAGR throughout the assessment period between 2020 and 2030.

Russian President Putin Signs Nuclear Decree

Russian President Vladimir Putin signed the Nuclear Weapons decree on June 2. The decree titled “On The Basis Of  The State Policy Of The Russian Federation In The Field of Nuclear Deterrence” is a document regulating the conditions under which Russia has the right to launch a nuclear strike against an aggressor (or a pack of aggressors). The main goal is to legalize the use of nuclear weapons in limited local conflicts.

Russia Expanding Military Bases in Syria – Is Africa Next?

Russian President Vladimir Putin gave an order to the Russian Defense and Foreign ministries to discuss with Syria the transfer of additional real estate and water areas to the Russian military. The Russian government approved the draft Protocol No. 1 to the agreement on the deployment of the Russian aviation group in Syria on August 26, 2015. After reaching an agreement with the Syrian side, the agencies must sign it on behalf of Russia. Changes are allowed to the document that do not have a fundamental character.

Chinese President XI Desperation: Telling Military to Prepare for War, Erasing English Language – What is Next?

One of the delegates to the 13th National People’s Congress, during the 3rd meeting held on May 27 suggested that simultaneous translation from Chinese to English should not be used during Chinese press conferences.  The National People’s Congress of the People’s Republic of China, normally referred to as the National People’s Congress, is the highest organ of state power and the national legislature of the People’s Republic of China. With 2,980 members in 2018, it is the largest parliamentary body in the world.

Decorated SVR Intelligence Officer Found Dead in Moscow Apartment – Natural Cause or Perhaps Something Else?

A decorated SVR intelligence agent has been found dead in Moscow. SVR is the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service focusing mostly on civilian affairs. The SVR RF succeeded the First Chief Directorate of the KGB in December 1991. It is also engaged in intelligence to provide the state with information that can influence Russian policy and decisions made by its leadership. The range of power is extremely wide including intelligence in the military-strategic,  economic, political, scientific and technical fields. The SVR headquarters are located in the Yasenevo District of Moscow.

US Withdraws from the Open Sky Treaty and New Sanctions

The US officially notified the parties to the Open  Skies Treaty of its withdrawal, after which they will be released from their obligations under this document six months later. The announcement came on May 22. The US government cited Russia’s alleged non-compliance with the terms of the agreement as the reason. At the same time, US President Donald Trump did not rule out that the decision may be changed if Moscow begins to follow the document. Russia has denied US accusations of violating the Treaty.

China Continues with Military Propaganda, New Weapons Unveiled, Perhaps Copycat Technology?

Journalists from CCTV showcased new rapid-fire machine guns. China Central Television (CCTV) is the predominant state-owned television network in Mainland China. CCTV has a network of 50 channels broadcasting different programmes and is accessible to more than one billion viewers in six different languages. China’s aggressive propaganda of its pseudo military might continues.

China Rapidly Expanding Its Djibouti Base

China officially opened a base in Djibouti in August 2017.  Djibouti is a strategic country bordered by the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden. On the approach-the entrance to the base, there is a sharp turn and exit from the road. There is an automated gate on the 90 degree turn. There are additional control points. It is almost impossible to scale the wall, as the perimeter has multi-level protection.

Global Nuclear Spending Report – Largest Spending Since Cold War Era

A new report by the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons states that global spending on nuclear weapons development set a record not seen since the end of the cold war. The ICANW is a global civil society coalition working to promote adherence to and full implementation of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. The headquarters are located in Geneva, Switzerland.

China Unveils New Nanchang Destroyer – Is It Desperation?

Weibo published the first ever images of the Chinese Nanchang Ship. Weibo is China’s version of twitter  Earlier this year, China announced that Nanchang would be joining the Chinese Navy fleet. China’s military is undergoing a massive technological overhaul as part of Xi’s military ambitions to mirror Russian President Vladimir Putin’s agenda.  The ship is designed for long-range air defense, anti-submarine defense, electronic warfare, destruction of surface and ground targets, escort, long-range patrol and surveillance.

Is There a Race Between US and Russia to Upgrade the Afterburner Engine in Jets?

The Rockwell B-1 Lancer is one of the three strategic bombers in the  U.S. Air Force fleet as of 2020. The additional two are the B-2 Spirit and the B-52 Stratofortress. Nicknamed “The Bone,” the B-1B Lancer is a long-range, multi-mission, supersonic conventional bomber, which has served the United States Air Force since 1985. The Russian equivalent of the B-1 Lancer is the TU-160.

Are China or Russia Behind the Fake Story About the US Being Involved in Failed Venezuelan Coup?

On May 6 The Washington Post reported that the Venezuelan opposition in October 2019 signed a contract with the American PMC Silvercorp to overthrow Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro. The Post states the contract amount was approximately $213 million. The agreement supposedly outlined Nicolas Maduro was the target and specifically indicated the undertaking to overthrow Maduro. Additionally, it included the clause to establish the regime and bring to power Juan Guaido.

Turkey Intelligence Gathering in US and Canada Revealed

Nordic Monitor published classified information about  surveillance operations by the Turkish intelligence services in the US and other nations around the globe. According to the documentation, the Turkish President has been authorizing intelligence operations to spy on critics of Turkey. The documentation seems to have a stamp from the Turkish government agency established in 2016 under the Turkish National Security Agenda.

Russian Autonomous Uninhabited Underwater Vehicle Vityaz Takes Historic Dive

The Russian autonomous uninhabited underwater vehicle Vityaz installed a historic pennant at the bottom of the Mariana Trench in honor of the 75th anniversary of the “Victory in the Great Patriotic War” (WWII).  The information was released by the press service of the Foundation for Advanced Research. The statement claimed this was the first time Vityaz sank to the bottom of the world’s deepest trench. The depth reached was recorded at 10,228 meters.

Fire Breaks Out at Polish National Center for Nuclear Research – Is It Accident or Kremlin’s Strategic Move?

There are reports of the fire that started inside the ventilation system in the Polish National Center of the Nuclear Research in the city of Svierk, 30 km  from Warsaw. Th Center has been Poland’s top location for nuclear research since 1955. Over the decades several Swierk institutes formed the core of Poland nuclear ambitions, creating four of Poland’s five nuclear research reactors and critical assemblies, all but one of which is still at service.