After the United Kingdom chose to leave the European Union, reports of hate crimes against those who are not of English decent have risen as a result.
US Lacks Enforcement to Close Widening Security Gap
Increased border controls have suffered from a lack of enforcement in recent years causing a widening security gap that has allowed thousands of foreigners to over stay their visas.
UN Reveals Peacekeepers Had a Major Role in Haiti’s Cholera Epidemic
In a shocking development, the UN recently revealed that for the better part of six years it covered up the significant role its peacekeepers in starting and perpetuating the cholera epidemic in Haiti.
Cyber Chaos: The Aftermath of Russia’s NSA Hack
Russia has been implicated in the recent hack of the NSA causing emails to be leaked and ended political careers. Cas Legrand discusses how it happened and what it means for the present and future of international cyber security.
South Korea Increases Nuclear Deterrence In Wake of Successful North Korea Test
South Korea refuses to take chances against North Korea as it begins to invest in the procurement of Hyunmoo ballistic missiles.
Manipulating the ‘European Project’
Here’s what the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) is teaching us about the relationship between the United States and Europe in the past, present, and future.
American National Security Elite on Trump: “Not Qualified to be President”
In an open letter, 50 Republican foreign policy specialists outline why Donald Trump should not be President of the United States.
Proactive or ‘Pie in the Sky’?: The UK’s Political Parties Weigh in on the Decision to Renew Trident
Cas Legrand analyzes the division in London and Edinburgh over the renewal of Trident, the UK’s nuclear missile submarine program.
Brexit Unleashes the UK’s Procurement Dilemmas
In Part I of this series, Cas Legrand looks at the recent developments of the Royal Navy’s Trident program under the new leadership of Theresa May.
Could Turkey’s Attempted Coup Jeopardize its Continued Participation in the F-35 Program?
Instability negatively affects a state’s ability to procure. Will the pressure of external and internal politics mean Turkey will leave the F-35 program?