Junior Research Fellow Ramesh Balakrishnan examines the unique rivalry between India and China, exploring how the development of their relationship will impact power balances in Asia.
Should NATO have a stronger presence in the High North? Lee Williamson examines the growing geopolitical tensions between Russia and Norway around the Svalbard Archipelago, and explains why NATO allies should work to balance Russian military presence in the region.
The Eastern Mediterranean is without a doubt a conflict-prone geographic location. Most consider the conflicts between Israel, Lebanon, Syria, Palestine and occasionally, Egypt, when discussing the region, but new players are clashing with one another, and this time, they’re allies. While the world looks at nearby Syria, it has been Turkey, Cyprus and Greece that […]
What many had assumed was just posturing has now gained momentum and could become a reality sooner than expected. How the plan for an American Space Force came about and what it could mean for international security is explored in this article by Program Editor Amaliah Reiskind.
Whereas the Pacific Ocean is a bipolar power structure between the Chinese on one end, and the US and its allies on the other, the Indian Ocean has become an unpredictable multipolar military playground that could have innumerable consequences.
Maria Pepelassis discusses the role of expats and control of elections in the re-election of President Erdogan that effectively cemented his powers as an autocrat.
From a local southern Lebanese guerrilla force to a huge regional player, Hezbollah has made many friends and foes. It’s implications for the Lebanese state, to states where similar replica are now emerging, the militia force has come to represent a rising theme and issue in the Middle East: the militia and it’s parallel state.