How has Central Asia avoided the protracted territorial disputes of Ukraine and the South Caucasus? In a word: geography.
The Cambodia-Laos border dispute has a peculiar a way of only flaring up ahead of election season.
Is terrorism fueled by economic, social, religious, or psychological factors?
As is often the case in the Middle East, third-party bilateral relationships are driving Turkey and Saudi Arabia further apart.
It’s not just the Maldives where India and China are staring each other down in the Indian Ocean. The “Resplendent Island” is also a potential frontline in the simmering geopolitical competition between Asia’s giants.
There is a geopolitical dimension to the dramatic events unfolding in the Maldives.
A political crisis in Maldives is presenting possible inroads for China’s ‘string of pearls’ strategy in the Indian Ocean.
President Trump has ruled out negotiations with the Taliban just as a BBC study revealed the militant group’s sprawling presence over large swathes of Afghanistan.
China has pivoted toward rapprochement with South Korea. Is this a prelude to a more proactive stance on the crisis on the Korean Peninsula?
In part two of a two-part series, Andre Ishii explores how classical geopolitics will increasingly manifest in the years to come.