The ongoing Ukraine War is the most recent phase of a gradual escalation that dates back to the 2004 Orange Revolution.
The Ukraine war is producing some bitter lessons for those who believed that global society had moved beyond nation-based geopolitics.
A fast-declining population has the potential to compromise Russia’s ambitious revisionist plans and perhaps even its own survival as a national state.
The unprecedented weaponization of global financial circuits in the wake of the Ukraine war could end up backfiring by jeopardizing the US dollar’s enduring position as global reserve currency.
Ad hoc policy responses on either side of the US border are frequently powerless in the face of the geopolitical, economic, and political forces fueling the rise of organized crime in Mexico.
Russia has long nurtured a network of geopolitical influence in the Americas. But will the Ukraine invasion force a reappraisal of US strategy in the near future?
It’s getting harder to deny the old dictum that geoeconomics is the continuation of warfare by other means.
The global balance of power in the 21st century will likely be determined by the outcome of the current Ukraine crisis.
Examining the ideological underpinnings, goals, and challenges concerning Iranian grand strategy, as understood by the desire to establish a ‘Shiite Crescent’ across the Greater Middle East.
Three geoeconomic factors will determine the future of Taliban-controlled Afghanistan: opium, natural resources, and regional trade networks.