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Stories from warontherocks.com - Digg Digg Skip to content , or skip to search . Home Video Editions Store Search Search Search Sign In / Sign Up Advertising Animals Animation Architecture Archive Art Audio Aviation Beliefs Books Booze Business Cars Cities Comics Crime Culture Curious Cute Design Digg Dialog Digg Original Documentary Drugs Economics Education Election 2016 Explainer Fame Food Funny Gaming Gender Gross Histories Health How-To Human Nature Internet Language Late Night Law LGBT Long Reads Maps Media Movies Music Nature News Photos Politics Race Science Sex Short Film Sleep Space Sports Studies Style Technology Toys TV Video Warfare World warontherocks.com RSS   warontherocks.com INTRODUCING THE NEW DRONE WARFARE Are Flying IEDs The Next Big Threat? 20 diggs warontherocks.com Warfare 14 Oct 2016 On Tuesday, French media broke the story that two French soldiers in Erbil had been severely injured and two Peshmerga fighters killed by what appears to be the first successful use of a drone carrying explosives. If confirmed, this would be the first known instance in which an explosive, booby-trapped drone was successfully used by a non-state actor against Western forces. 20 diggs Save Share Tweet 'nana Blacklist story Blacklist domain FOREVER A DRONE 3D Printing Will Disrupt The World In Ways We Can Barely Imagine 20 diggs warontherocks.com Technology Curious Warfare Science 29 Dec 2015 In the last few years, 3D printing has transformed from an interesting hobby to an industry producing a wide range of products. As businesses learn to use these multi-material printers, the range of products they will be able to print will expand exponentially. 20 diggs Save Share Tweet 'nana Blacklist story Blacklist domain FOR THE IPA-HATERS Beer Without Hops? 3 diggs warontherocks.com Booze Histories 25 Nov 2015 Throughout history, and mostly due to geographic necessity, hops have not always been available in a quality suitable for brewing (or available at all). So brewers from the ancient and relatively recent pasts had to make do with what was on hand. 3 diggs Save Share Tweet 'nana Blacklist story Blacklist domain DRUNK AS A MONK The Monks Of St. Joseph’s: Trappist Beer In America 6 diggs warontherocks.com Booze 20 Oct 2015 A few years ago the United States became home to the first Trappist brewery located outside of Europe. And that brewery has big goals. 6 diggs Save Share Tweet 'nana Blacklist story Blacklist domain EXQUISITELY AGED The Wonders Of The World's Oldest Wine 9 diggs warontherocks.com Booze Histories World 14 Oct 2015 Georgia’s relationship with wine is indescribably old and mixed into the very core of its culture. And it’s that ancient heritage and long history that imbue it with geopolitical significance even today. 9 diggs Save Share Tweet 'nana Blacklist story Blacklist domain TOIL AND TROUBLE Macbeth As A PTSD Victim 3 diggs warontherocks.com Culture Human Nature Warfare 13 Oct 2015 Before everything, Macbeth is a warrior. 3 diggs Save Share Tweet 'nana Blacklist story Blacklist domain WHISKY BUSINESS De-Facto Booze: The Liquor Of Separatist Republics 6 diggs warontherocks.com Booze Warfare Politics World 11 Sep 2015 In unrecognized entities, such as the de-facto Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic (PMR or Transnistria), the Donetsk People’s Republic (DNR), and theLuhansk People’s Republic (LNR), alcohol plays many roles: an economic asset, a target of criminal enterprises, and, a lever of social subjugation. 6 diggs Save Share Tweet 'nana Blacklist story Blacklist domain RAISING RED FLAGS A Guide To Chinese Intelligence Operations 8 diggs warontherocks.com Explainer Crime Technology World 20 Aug 2015 From government hacks to industrial theft, Chinese intelligence operations are making more headlines now than ever before. 8 diggs Save Share Tweet 'nana Blacklist story Blacklist domain TENSIONS BUBBLED The War That Nearly Killed Riesling 7 diggs warontherocks.com Histories Booze Warfare 25 Jun 2015 The name “Franco-Prussian War of 1870” conjures few images in the popular consciousness. However, fans of military history and wine aficionados should both be intimately familiar with the conflict that is considered the first “modern” war, and was nearly the death of French Riesling. 7 diggs Save Share Tweet 'nana Blacklist story Blacklist domain READYING FOR THE INCOMING TIDE Fortifying The Great Wall Of Sand 4 diggs warontherocks.com Warfare World 18 Jun 2015 China’s ultimate intentions for their newly constructed islands have not been entirely clear. Chinese officials emphasize that their land reclamation efforts are for civilian purposes, such as maritime search and rescue, disaster response, and scientific research. But they also stress their long-standing claim that the islands are Chinese territory, and that they can be used to protect Chinese territorial sovereignty and maritime claims. 4 diggs Save Share Tweet 'nana Blacklist story Blacklist domain WHY IS THE RUM GONE? The Geopolitics Of Rum