General Mark Milley: “America is no longer an undisputed power”

The US Military Academy at West Point, General Mark Milley, Chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, stressed that “the potential for major international conflict between the great powers is increasing, not decreasing, no matter how much progress we have made in militarily over the past 70 years. It is fast approaching and the United States will actually face many challenges in all areas of warfare, space, cyber, navy, air and ground forces.”

He pointed out that “America is no longer the undisputed world power,” noting that “it is being tested in Europe by the Russian military operation in Ukraine, in Asia by China’s massive economic and military growth, and by nuclear and missile weapons.” threats from North Korea, as well as in the Middle East and Africa “due to instability by terrorists.”

And Milley believed that “the future war will be very complex, with a war that will require long-range precision weapons and new advanced technologies”, stressing that over the next 25 to 30 years, the basic nature of war and its weapons will continue to change. , noting that “the next twenty-five years He will not be like his predecessors, nor will the problems.”


Arab Observer

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