Latest "iceland" stories
US-Russia showdown looms as top diplomats meet in Iceland
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Russia’s longtime Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov plan to talk Wednesday on the sidelines of an Arctic Council meeting in Reykjavik.
Russia’s northernmost base projects its power across Arctic
The Russian base was built using new construction technologies as part of Kremlin efforts to bolster the military amid spiraling tensions with the West following Russia's 2014 annexation of Ukraine's Crimean Peninsula.
NORTHCOM commander says US needs Arctic early warning system
Russia has deployed thousands of troops to the Arctic region for training and is expected to field 13 polar icebreakers by 2035. The U.S. has only one working heavy polar icebreaker.
By Shawn Snow
Undefended shore: American antisubmarine operations in 1942
In 1942 American merchant ships up and down the Atlantic Coast were being relentlessly attacked by German U-boats. Why did the U.S. Navy secretly decide to leave them unprotected?
By Ed Offley, MHQ — The Quarterly Journal of Military History
Officer accused of stealing armored vehicle and going for joy ride researched bomb-making, flew to Iraq
Yabut’s recent online search history revealed interest in bomb-making materials.
By Jon Simkins