The Belarus crisis is mainly the result of domestic political tensions. But paradoxically, this is an internal issue that carries a profound international dimension as well.
The advances of the so-called Fourth Industrial Revolution won’t usher in a techno-utopia. Instead, they will alter – and perhaps even intensify – the geopolitical competition the world is all too familiar with.
A geopolitical reading suggests that annexation is only a matter of time.
A few takeaways from the protests currently sweeping the United States.
In terms of intelligence-gathering, the lines between public and private are becoming increasingly blurred. So too are those separating geopolitics from the world of finance.
What will the global financial system of 2060 look like?
Is COVID-19 the death knell of liberal internationalism?
Though the assassination will further destabilize the region, a large-scale conventional conflict remains unlikely.
The likelihood of space-based competition and warfare is increasing as we progress through the 21st century.
Far from a historical exception, Brexit is in keeping with the United Kingdom’s long-term geopolitical interests.