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.
Who is backing who in simmering geopolitical tensions over energy deposits in the Eastern Mediterranean?
In rhetoric, and increasingly in the realm of defense spending as well, Western countries are preparing for a more adversarial relationship with China.
The EU’s glacial enlargement process may fall foul to outside geopolitical players in the Western Balkans.
How does China fit into NATO’s strategic planning?
Though there’s a lot more work to be done before peace and stability reigns in Afghanistan, the recent US-Taliban deal is an important step in the right direction.
The Caucasus is a region with complex geopolitics and economic interests, which is reflected in the wax and wane of US-Azerbaijan relations.
Is Europe is warming to ‘maximum pressure’?