Prepared Speech on Recent North Korean Bellicosity and Advancements

My fellow Americans, The threat and progress of the nuclear, and ballistic missile threat of the rogue North Korean regime has grown rapidly in the last two years. The North Koreans seek to expand, and replace their ballistic missile arsenal with ones capable of reaching the mainland of the United States. The North Koreans are…

The Year Ahead 2017: President Donald J. Trump

The soon to be comfortably couched Trump Administration will have a plethora of issues to face in only its first hundred days. And although the Idea of a Trump Presidency is toxic to some, the world looks on with curiosity at the Billionaire from Florida. Below is a summation of what to expect from the…

Applications of Special Warfare

With special forces recently in the spotlight battling the Islamic State, or Daesh; in Iraq, and Syria. It has become the focal point of much scrutiny by the intelligence community, and the military community on the whole. An order to facilitate these discussions about the future of special forces in the war fighting arsenal, an…

December Interest Rate Decision: A Welcome Respite

One need only look at the United States, and its gold reserves an order to understand what it is that keeps countries as diverse as China, and the U.K.; North Korea, and France; South Africa, and Australia; going. Gold when held properly by a country can become a catalyst for growth, not only for the…

The Sharpened Stick Book Release

The Sharpened Stick: The Future of American-Russo-Sino Relations. This is the official book release. It’s written by me; Kevin Michael Miller. And has been self published on Amazon.com. The synopsis goes as follows on Amazon.com: In this a seminal work for Kevin Miller he takes us through the ins and outs of the coming rise…

Thoughts on Cuba

The following is an article that I wrote for school which helps to explain what Cuba is and where it could be headed in light of the new relationship between Cuba, and the U.S.: Cuba is the largest and most prosperous island of the West Indies. The capital of Cuba is Havana with an estimated…

Almost Doesn’t Count

The following is a repost of an article that I wrote in October 2006, after reading an article by Seymour Hersh in The New Yorker, about Donald Rumsfeld and his designs on the military.   Almost Doesn’t Count Kevin Miller It turns out the outgoing Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld who Many say that they have…

In Defense of John Brennan

In the coming weeks and months the CIA will be critiqued by the U.S. public writ large over a report detailing the enhanced interrogation techniques that the Bush Administration used to glean information from detainees at not only Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, but also at secret black sites via extraordinary renditions where the persons were then…

Admission of Guilt in Post 9/11 Atmosphere

On Friday the President held a press conference and admitted past errors during the Bush years that he says, amounted to “torture”. This comes before the contents of a Senate report detailing the use of tactics including extraordinary renditions an order to undermine the possibility of additional attacks on the homeland and abroad. Though these…

African Leaders Conference: Doha Reconsidered

With the President meeting with African leaders this week I thought it would good to write once again(Doha Development Agenda: The Time is Now) why the Doha round is exceptionally important to the region and how that can be incorporated into the wider world. The Doha Development Agenda (DDA) is a multilateral trade regime which once…