Former Pakistani ruler Pervez Musharraf has admitted to Der Spiegel that Pakistani forces trained militant groups to fight in Indian-administered Kashmir.
For Sudan, January 9th will bring with it either a sense of closure after decades of civil war or a new wave of chaos in Africa’s largest state.
A high court in India has ruled that the disputed holy site in Ayodhya should be shared between Hindus and Muslims. Is this the end of the conflict, or merely the beginning of a new phase?
A wave of popular discontent over austerity governments implemented by EU governments is starting to make its presence felt across Europe.
A meeting of North Korea’s ruling party has all but confirmed what many analysts have known for a while: that 27 year-old Kim Jong-un is being groomed to succeed Kim Jong-il.
ASEAN could provide the leverage that smaller South East Asian countries need in their border negotiations with China in the South China Sea.
Here are a few trends to expect from the 65th UN General Assembly, currently being held at UN headquarters in New York.
BRIC countries are set to propose a resolution in support of Iran at the UN General Assembly; a further sign that the forum could evolve a more political dimension in the future.
Arctic states are attempting to push forward on a collaborative approach to solving land claims at an international summit in Moscow.
September 17th, 2010 (Geopoliticalmonitor.com) - Karachi is under lockdown after Imran Farooq was murdered outside his home in north London.