A new, highly automated future is approaching fast and an “arms race” framework will fuel instability without learning from past experiences.
The 21st century has seen unpredictable changes to the landscape of the battlefield. But one thing never falters: control over supply chains is paramount to sustainability.
Combining Leading Nuclear and International Relations Theories under a Three-Pronged Model Explaining Nuclear Proliferation
Despite international calls for conflict resolution in Yemen, the United States has played a significant and damaging role in its current crisis.
Big-stick Politics: how the Biden-led airstrikes in Syria demonstrate the United States’ continued hard power stance in the Middle East
While Washington is unlikely to remove all economic sanctions imposed on Iran, only time will tell which country will give in first. Even though the United States continues to carry a big stick, at some point some compromise from both sides must occur.
The power vacuum in Syria and the influence of rival players urges the U.S. to protect its interests in the region by rebuilding the country’s social infrastructure with very limited violence.
While the extension of New START signals a potential change in bilateral relations, tensions will likely continue to exist between the two nations.
Although the world is hopeful for the prospect of an end to conflict, any peace agreement will hide abuses to human rights and religious plurality─something the world hoped to end when they ousted the Taliban in 2001.
A relatively recent concern that is starting to gain more prominence is China’s efforts to modernize its armed forces through the use of bioengineering.