As NATO enters its 7th decade, serious questions of its relevancy persist, culminating in the greatest existential threat faced by the military alliance.
The staggering reach of the recently discovered ‘GhostNet’ suggests a new realm of possibilities for international cyberspace espionage. But, who are the Ghosts?
Israel has opened up yet another war-front via a covert-ops attack against targets on Sudanese soil, potentially furthering an escalating rift between it and its Arab neighbours.
Plummeting global equity markets have left cash-rich Chinese state-owned enterprises (SOE) poised and ready for a foreign resource shopping spree.
Western powers, through the International Criminal Court (ICC), have succeeded in preventing a nascent peace initiative between Darfurian rebels and the central Sudanese government – a prelude to the eventual partition of the country.
A recent military-backed coup in Madagascar, an island nation off the eastern coast of Africa in the Indian Ocean, has left the country internationally isolated.
There's growing concern in defense and intelligence circles that the global recession has the potential to threaten America's national interests. But a small group of academics and Pentagon policy-makers believe that the U.S. could benefit from the financial havoc.
Conceding to the growing political power of the people, Pakistan’s government reinstated a deposed Chief Justice in order to stem a political crisis, however the weakening of the government’s authority threatens to leave a power vacuum that may be filled by armed militant groups such as the Taliban.
Spiking Chinese military spending and altercations with the US Navy are both results of Beijing’s ambitions to expand the Chinese defense perimeter into the South China Sea.
In a major departure from the Bush administration, President Obama has initiated a new geopolitical strategy in central Asia designed to drastically change the status quo in Afghanistan.