Those hoping for greater EU strategic autonomy in the wake of the US withdrawal from Afghanistan are setting themselves up for disappointment.
Cold War history seems to be repeating, with Eastern Europe now swapped for the Indo-Pacific region. All that’s left is a parallel to Churchill’s iconic speech in 1946.
The United States bears many of the hallmarks of a hegemon in decline.
In building the world’s first drone carrier, Ankara is making the most out of its exclusion from the F-35 program. But the plan isn’t perfect.
Once again, the old adage is vindicated: Those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it.
Surging violence is a grim reminder that there is no credible peace process for post-NATO Afghanistan.
President Biden may have ended Washington’s endless war. But for Pakistan, the real struggle might just be beginning.
Who is backing who in simmering geopolitical tensions over energy deposits in the Eastern Mediterranean?
Despite geopolitical landscape changes, one strategic dictum endures: the best way to avoid war is to increase its potential costs.
Turkish actions in the Eastern Mediterranean have mirrored China’s actions in the South China Sea. And they’ve begun to produce the same kind of geopolitical response.