As hybrid warfare becomes a key to military operations, inter-state conflicts without physical combat are on the horizon and continue to be shaped by cyberspace.
Author: Morgan Lee
Tunisia emerged as the democratic success story of the Arab Spring, but President Saied is changing course.
In recent years, European countries have made an increased effort to reestablish a strong presence in the Indo-Pacific, home to half of the world’s population and some of the fastest growing economies.
While the extension of New START signals a potential change in bilateral relations, tensions will likely continue to exist between the two nations.
Relations are so fraught that reconciliation between the autonomous region and Communist Party leaders, who see Tibet as an unruly region of China to control, is difficult for any observer to imagine in the foreseeable future. So, where did it all go wrong and where do we go from here?
A month before the heads of state and governments convened at the first UN Biodiversity Summit, a report revealed that the world had again fallen short of fulfilling environmental promises made a decade ago. As nature’s fate continues to darken, world leaders scramble to deepen their commitment to preserving biodiversity.