In a previous publication dated 28 March 2022, we reported on developments observed at the DPRK’s Punggye-ri nuclear test site, indicating that the DPRK had begun to reactivate some parts of the site.
Since then, available satellite images have shown ongoing developments at the site, including clear indications of a newly uncovered entrance to Tunnel 3 entrance and new spoil piles, and continuous signs of vehicle traffic. Altogether, these observations indicate that the DPRK has advanced work to restore this tunnel for use in a potential next nuclear weapon test.
Our Secure Future's New Policy Brief Highlights U.S. Responsibility to Female Afghan Police and Military Personnel
In their latest policy brief, Our Secure Future writes about the United States’ responsibility to the Female Afghan Police and Military Personnel that were recruited, retained, trained, equipped, and paid by the US.
Our Secure Future Policy Brief Focuses on the Inclusion of Women in the National Defense Authorization Act for 2022
Congress is currently discussing the inclusion of women in the current NDAA. Read the OSF brief summary of specific references to the inclusion of women in the National Defense Authorization Act for FY 2022 (NDAA, P.L. 117-81).