BackgrounderThe Geopoliticalmonitor's V.Balasubramaniyan explores the evolution and present composition of the Maoist movement in India.
The Geopoliticalmonitor's Brenna Owen places the current Argentinian debt crisis in the historical context of the Latin American country's decades of economic challenges.
BackgrounderThe Geopoliticalmonitor's Chris Mansur explores whether there's reason for pessimism about the uprisings that swept through the MENA region beginning in 2010.
BackgrounderNicolai Due-Gundersen examines how the Arab Spring came to derail some of Bahrain’s best laid economic plans.
BackgrounderPart one in a series examining China-India relations in the 21st century.
BackgrounderSince early 2012, a violent conflict has been brewing in Mali, one that has forced the international community to consider whether or not this North African country is another Afghanistan in the making.
In the ongoing effort to gain new security advantages while reducing material and human costs, the United States mandates broad research and development in defence technologies through private contractors and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). This backgrounder lists some of the more promising R&D projects that are leading the charge in the development of new war-fighting technologies
This backgrounder examines the economic outlook of MIST countries: Mexico, Indonesia, South Korea, and Turkey.
This backgrounder examines the South Asian minority group that the UN has described as, ‘one of the most persecuted minorities in the world.’
The proliferation of Islamic fundamentalist groups across Africa represents the latest iteration of the War on Terror. Much to the chagrin of the United States, Islamist militant groups from Nigeria to Somalia are increasingly coordinating their efforts and forging close links to al-Qaeda. This dossier will serve as a brief introduction to four of the most prominent Islamic fundamentalist groups operating in Africa today.