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.
NATO states face a multitude of threats that transcend the military realm, and its high time that the Alliance’s planners took notice.
Can a President Biden put the toothpaste back into the tube and restore faith in the North Atlantic Alliance?
Much like the July Crisis of 1914, Nagorno-Karabakh is a local conflict with continental implications.
Is NATO accentuating its own internal cleavages by continuing to supply Turkey with weapons?
Bolstered by common interests and security threats, Baku and Ankara are moving ever closer together.
There is a famous political expression that goes: “Never let a good crisis go to waste.” Nowhere is this maxim more on display than with Russia’s recent military moves.
In rhetoric, and increasingly in the realm of defense spending as well, Western countries are preparing for a more adversarial relationship with China.