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- There should probably be some pages on the Russia-Ukraine conflict. Buffer states, you know. Maneuvers discussed. Etc.
- there's also this which explores some of the russian perspective, but it seems biased so make sure to note that (yeah, I'm sure the poor russians are being forced into it by the "Ukrainian war party" lol that's definitely a thing /s)
- Did I hear you mention Kamchatka? I know you want an article on it, and its wonderful impact range+sub base! (higher deployment tempo or possible accident?)
- Kunming apparently has some interesting stuff?
- (well this one's technically Algeria) but it looks like there's some Chinese collaboration
- Chinese-India conflict
- Apparently a cobra ball costs 19,044 per hour of flight. For all you Cobra Ball enthusiasts out there (you know who you are!)
- Add this to whatever running thing we have to why missile defense is destabilizing (arguably simultaneously doesn't work but could someday), or in the contrary view, it's because the money incentives make it less effective than another implementation that might make sense (this is a longstanding debate lol)
- A good article that weighs the pros/cons/history/context of the F-35 would be really, really interesting.
- This debris event
- There's a bunch of existing knowledge/documentation on Saudi ballistic/solid production facilities, we could do a lot better in centralizing this knowledge
- There seems to have been some good research done on the Myanmar conflict
- This article and other similar info over time
- There should definitely be a technical page on Hypersonic glide vehicles. Probably multiple pages, TBH. And how commonly testing fails.
- Someone should go through the FAS Nuclear notebook and the DOD's "Military and Security Developments Involving the People’s Republic of China", summarizing the details into some pages. Maybe appropriate for history/current systems pages?
- Maybe do an article on the decision (or lack of decision) to drop the bomb on Japan. Jeffrey's policy class has a bunch of the relevant documents as a reference to start from, as well as the Shaun video (plus I think there's a twitter thread floating around listing the dozens of conclusions over the years and the original books that argued them)
- There probably should be some articles on the ICBM fields being built in China, and how they tie back to the MX basing study (probably do an article on that alone lol)
- this thread on drones looks interesting
- Maybe do an article on Taiwan and how the self-identity/status of the Taiwanese people has changed over time.
- Article on Pyongyang University of Science and Technology
- Military-industrial contractor China Great Wall Industry Corporation, and maybe do some work relating it to Taiyuan?
- more stuff on the Chinese missile fields
- what is the Juchebird
- This is a really cool example of using Sentinel imagery to detect engine tests. Put it somewhere?
- We NEED a page on Jilantai
- Once Battle At Lake Changjin gets a disc/prime release, someone should go through it and write an article on all the innacuracies/propaganda aspects of it. Maybe put it under "fun"?
- Do a page on DPRK Worker Party Congress, how they don't happen often, and what has historically been announced (vs actually tested)
- Page on the Chinese JL-2 Launcher
- Page on this radar site
- Page on Pyongyang General Satellite Control Center (old one at Sanumdong?)
- Pages on the North Korean television network/system: towers, broadcast, technology, etc. (using new research if possible)
- Page on Korean Computer Center
- There's apparently a North Korean Supreme Court? WTF?
- A page on the whole Nord Stream 2 drama should probably exist.
- Jon Il Ho and Kim-Jong Un seem to have a bromance, do an article about him and the automation institute
- Do a page on the development of unmanned warfare and the different sides (e.g. Global Hawk vs GA's stuff, small drones, etc.)
- probably should be a page about this kind of Chinese propaganda
- This is a great twitter thread, find the source research it mentions and put it somewhere
- Probably should have a page on different nuclear accidents, and a map of where they all took place/links
- Electric substation attacks are a thing that should probably have some documentation.
- this tho
- How to identify different types of rockets/fuels by the plume/flame. Solid vs. liquid is pretty easy, but what is the variation between different liquid fuel colors?
- There's a bunch of stuff from Jeffrey's open source class that I could make guides on (get permission first)
- NOTAM visualization (and here on Wonkpedia we have some tools, soon)
- Do one on image search. This is also very cool. There's also some esoteric techniques that nobody really talks about/change over time.
- Guide to North Korean primary sources. Rodong Simund, Uriminzokkiri, twitter, youtube, south korean broadcasting channels, etc.
- searching Chinese video platforms like bilibili, youku, etc. for open source stuff
- downloading videos with youtube-dl or similar (maybe we should have a request form for videos to be archived here?)
- did that guide on naming conventions/databases ever get finished?
- Do imagery analysis using forensicly (similar to tungsten, but we need a good case study)
- o m g
- also cool microsoft thing to enhance stellite imaagery
- this is really cool and I feel like we could use it for something
- this needs more looking into, but could be cool
- CHRONOLOCATION IS COOL
- relatively recent discovery: radiosonde/wind detection tracing back to artillery batteries
- Journalistic ethics around using hacked materials (like Bellingcat does): data protection act? Seems like a legal gray area? oh and with this always note: WE ARE NOT LEGAL ADVICE HERE
- Some interesting research here. People picking the escalatory option and all.
- radio frequency geolocation from space is a thing
- This target database is on Github and could be cool to play around with
- this is a bit similar to tid