Weighing in at over 300 billion euros, Global Gateway is no slouch. However, key questions remain surrounding Europe’s answer to Belt and Road.
Another civilian-military compromise in Sudan, the civil war spills its borders in Ethiopia, omicron roils global markets, and Turkey careens toward a currency crisis.
Three new laws may be planting the seed for ‘hot’ territorial conflicts in the future.
The SDP-Greens-FDP coalition has laid out a policy framework that envisions significant changes in Germany’s domestic and foreign policies.
Examining internal and external forces at work in the latest military coup in Sudan.
The latest defense department report on China’s military modernization suggests that Beijing is rapidly closing the capability gap with Western peers, particularly with regard to air, sea, and missile forces.
The AUKUS alliance has chipped away at the pillars holding up French power projection in the Indo-Pacific.
Credibility consequences abound if Washington doesn’t call Ankara’s bluff on a new F-16 purchase.
Those hoping for greater EU strategic autonomy in the wake of the US withdrawal from Afghanistan are setting themselves up for disappointment.
Cambodia insists work on a newly-dredged port and shipyard at Ream Naval Base is not being carried out to enable a permanent Chinese military presence. Washington is not so sure.