Zachary Fillingham - Mar 15, 11
The human cost of the terrible earthquake and subsequent tsunami that struck Japan last week is clear for all to see. What’s less obvious however is the geopolitical impact of the tragic events currently playing out in Japan.
David Hayes - Mar 14, 11
The effects of the catastrophic earthquake in Japan’s northeast will be felt for years to come. How the country responds will help to define its capacity to meet other 21st-century challenges.
Andrew Pendleton - Dec 08, 10
The loss of momentum in climate diplomacy reflects deep flaws in the way campaigners understand and frame climate change in relation to people’s lives and interests. There is both challenge and opportunity here, says Andrew Pendleton.
Zachary Fillingham - Nov 16, 10
Reforming the UN Security Council stands as a key barometer for assessing the international system`s transition from a post-Cold War US hegemony to a more multipolar distribution of economic and military power.
Zachary Fillingham - Sep 23, 10
September 23rd ,2010 (Geopoliticalmonitor.com) - Here are a few trends to expect from the 65th UN General Assembly, currently being held at UN headquarters in New York.
Zachary Fillingham - Sep 22, 10
September 22nd, 2010 (Geopoliticalmonitor.com) - Arctic states are attempting to push forward on a collaborative approach to solving land claims at an international summit in Moscow.
Zachary Fillingham - Aug 02, 10
While the usual international posturing on the Arctic continues unabated, signs are beginning to emerge that Canada and the United States might be able to put their differences behind them.
Admin - Jul 21, 10
July 21st (Raw Story) - China's largest reported oil spill more than doubled in size to 165 sq. miles (430 sq. kilometers) by Wednesday, forcing nearby beaches to close and prompting one official to warn of a "severe threat" to sea life and water quality.
Admin - Jul 21, 10
July 21st (BBC News) - Experts are considering whether a possible tropical storm could disrupt work at the site of the BP oil spill.
Admin - Jul 19, 10
July 19, 2010 (Al Jazeera) - The US government has ordered BP to submit a plan for reopening its recently capped blown-out oil well to allow oil to flow into the ocean again after engineers detected seepage on the ocean floor near the well.