Turkey’s purchase of the Russian S-400 missile system is just the latest of many transgressions against the Atlantic Alliance. It’s time for Ankara to go.
For India, the road to great power status is frought with critical water management challenges.
Iran’s military strategy calls for asymmetric warfare against a much more powerful foe in the United States, with a focus on increasing the military and economic costs of any potential conflict.
Beijing isn’t letting geography get in the way of it establishing a robust presence in the next great frontier of geopolitical competition.
Turkey has officially been kicked out of the F-35 program after purchasing Russia’s S-400 platform, but there’s still plenty more time before relations with the West truly hit rock-bottom.
Rare earths have emerged as a new variable in the US-China trade war. Is China’s near-monopoly on these strategic resources its ultimate trump card, or will US producers be able to diversify supply amid the new normal of bilateral tension.
If Beijing is serious about securing the SLOC, the construction of new overseas military bases is a matter of ‘when,’ not ‘if.’
With security planning and arms sales continuing to fall outside the purview of EU policy, various member states have been cashing in on the Asian arms race.
The EU is walking a fine line on the South China Sea dispute, but can the policy hold over the long-term?
A backgrounder on the Indian Navy’s nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine: the INS Arihant.