US military will use 'tailored deterrence' to prevent aggression and attacks across a spectrum of adversaries while adding low-yield, or less powerful, nuclear weapons to its submarine-launched cruise missile arsenal
Poland's new bill banning any suggestion that the country was complicit in the Holocaust has drawn outrage from Israel and many other countries, as well as many people in Poland. Polish senators approved the draft law Feb. 1, just days after the world marked Holocaust Remembrance Day on the anniversary of the liberation of the notorious Auschwitz Nazi camp. VOA's Zlatica Hoke reports opponents are calling on the Polish government to withdraw the bill.
The term "lone wolf" has become part of our vocabulary, as the terror threat has evolved from large-scale attacks to individuals seemingly radicalized in relative isolation. But a new report claims the "lone wolf" typology is highly misleading and can even be counterproductive in the fight against terror. Henry Ridgwell reports from London.