With around 3 million total cases and 130,000 deaths, the United States is now home to the largest COVID-19 outbreak in the world.
In rhetoric, and increasingly in the realm of defense spending as well, Western countries are preparing for a more adversarial relationship with China.
Ground-level changes are altering the strategic balance and fueling conflict between India and China in the Himalayas.
Background on the worsening clashes between Al Qaeda and Islamic State’s regional affiliates in the Sahel.
With its recent election re-run, Malawi became an exemplar of institutional maturity on the African continent.
A geopolitical reading suggests that annexation is only a matter of time.
Prime Minister Modi is presiding over a newly assertive Indian foreign policy, with potentially far-reaching geopolitical consequences.
The longer Marawi is left in ruins, the higher the chance that history could repeat itself.
A global crisis – this time the COVID-19 pandemic – has once again underscored the dangers of Nigeria’s economic overreliance on oil.
Belarus’ skewing of COVID-19 statistics is unfortunate, but it must be viewed in the context of its ongoing high-stake geopolitical standoff with Moscow.