Geopoliticalmonitor.com’s Europe-based Director of Political and Business Risk reports from the Crans Montana Forum's Homeland and Global Security Forum, held in Geneva, Switzerland (October 15-17, 2014).
A brief overview of the historical, political, demographic, and economic issues facing the Lion City.
Chechnya has been home to a power struggle between Russians and Chechens for centuries, and it could be the next region to fall under Islamic State’s expanding global shadow.
Despite NATO’s twelve-year effort to establish a stable and prosperous Afghanistan, the country remains fragile, and Taliban militia groups are still capable of launching major attacks against key strategic regions in Kabul and other major Afghan cities.
Part two continues to highlight the reasons why Islamic State is unlike any other jihadist threat yet faced by the international community, and how a break-up of the Iraqi may be looming on the horizon.
First in a two-part series, this backgrounder explores the rise of one of the most well-funded, organized, and militarily effective jihadist groups of all time.
The Geopoliticalmonitor’s Will Sapp provides background on the continuing evolution of Africa’s relationship with the West and beyond.
The 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.
The Geopoliticalmonitor's Chris Mansur explores whether there's reason for pessimism about the uprisings that swept through the MENA region beginning in 2010.