This paper examines how electronic warfare, a way of fighting in the electromagnetic domain, is defined in Russian security strategy. The author would like to focus on the strategic papers and look at how organized the "electronic warfare forces" in the Russian military. Then, the author would like to consider the "electronic warfare equipment" possessed by those "electronic warfare forces". In addition, the author will take up as a case study how Russia's electronic warfare is carried out in the current Russo-Ukrainian War. Finally, in modern warfare, "X-rays" and "γ-rays" are considered to categorized within the electromagnetic domain, so the author also would like to estimate the possibility that Russia will implement electromagnetic pulse(EMP) attack.
Under the cold war, The U.S. Gulf regional policy was basically based on military power. The U.S. which became the only superpower after the cold war ,is relying more and more on Military Power to stabilize order. The action of the U.S. did not lead to the stability of order in the Gulf region and caused a decline in the trust of the international community. The confrontation between the U.S. and Iran fueled the threat of Iran, and the situation in the Gulf region became unstable. Israel and Arab countries signed the Abraham accords peace agreement brokered by the Trump administration. The Abraham accords peace agreement urged economic integration in the Middle East and called for coexistence between Christianity, Islam and Judaism. And the Biden administration is trying to cut troops out of the Middle East and is pushing for economic integration. Currently, the U.S. is beginning to work on stabilizing order in the Gulf region, not only from the perspective of military power but also from the perspective of the economy in mind.
One year has passed since the Russian invasion of Ukraine. This East-West confrontation has a background of loosening geopolitical tensions as NATO moved closer to Ukraine. Furthermore, historical facts prove that this fact did not occur now. In this paper, I would like to examine the Ukrainian problem by using the foreign policy of Mongolia, a small country located in the same Eurasia and between two major powers, Russia and China, as a case study. Also want to fulfill our responsibility to continue our consideration toward peace and peace in a future-oriented manner.
During World War II, many countries produced propaganda animations. In the United States, Walt Disney
Productions (currently The Walt Disney Company), whose policy was "fantasy of dreams and magic,"
produced propaganda animation. Before World War II, Disney Studios prospered due to the success of
feature-length animation, but due to the effects of the war, the production of dream and magic animations was frozen, and instead they produced animations to promote the war. As a result, it was forced to survive
as a company. And during the war, it was Donald Fauntleroy Duck, famous as a Disney cartoon character
with a duck as a motif.
Donald Duck was the main character in Disney's national policy animations during the war. Disney's most iconic character is Mickey Mouse. However, even though Mickey Mouse has been used in advertising
posters, etc., it does not appear in national animation. Why was it Donald Duck instead of Mickey Mouse?
Young carers " are children who routinely take care of household
chores and family members with illnesses or disabilities, which are
supposed to be the responsibility of adults. As a result, there is no
time to play with people of the same generation, and it is not possible
to build good relationships, and it can affect academic performance and
mental health. In foreign households living in Japan, there are cases
where children miss school and accompany their parents to hospitals or
city halls because of their parents who cannot speak Japanese, or take
care of household chores and siblings in place of their working parents.
There is a movement to correct "young carers" in various countries,
and Japan has just started to develop laws.