The pace of arms sales to the democratic, self-governing island is increasing under the Trump administration.
Communal violence and displacement have returned to Mali. But unlike in 2012, this time tensions are flaring in the central regions.
Following a long and violent protest movement, a transitional deal has finally been reached in Sudan. But can it bring democracy to the long-suffering country?
In a blow to separate Franco-German efforts, Sweden has apparently signed onto the British-led consortium to build a next generation European fighter jet.
Zac and Nick discuss some of the military dimensions of a potential US-Iran conflict, and how Tehran might seek to maximize the costs of a US campaign.
In a case of the FPO’s Ibiza scandal redux, Italy’s League is now embroiled in a Russian funding scandal.
However much the French president wants to save the Iran nuclear deal, Europe’s inability to insulate Tehran from US sanctions has already been laid bare.
New Democracy has swept to power in the Greek elections. But will it be the same old story in austerity-plagued Athens?
After four summits and countless hours of closed-door negotiations, the new slate of leaders in Brussels is finally official.
Events in Hong Kong have put a strain on a bilateral relationship that London has been emphasizing over the course of successive governments.