Chaos theory holds that there’s predictability in seemingly random events. So, is it possible to predict world events using mathematical models? Or assist in development of military applications?
Articles 2 and 3 of the founding NATO charter calls for nonmilitary cooperation between Alliance members.
Can mathematics shed light on why countries choose protectionism?
The Sukwali Gap is described as point of vulnerability that would risk isolating Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania from its NATO allies if seized by Russia. Recent exercises by NATO forces along this border underscore the need to expand defence operations beyond physical geography.
To honour LGBT month, the turbulent experiences of identifying service men and women are acknowledged, while the paranoia surrounding their service are debunked. The accession of prospective nations into the Alliance raises the question of whether the LGBT inclusion status of a nation is a factor worth considering for membership. And if it should be, can religious affiliation influence the security and defence commitments of NATO members?
After Easter holiday, British Prime Minister Theresa May announced a snap election set for June 8th. To the shock of many, she assured that an election would be necessary to enter Brexit negotiations from a position of strength. Did she make a political miscalculation? Or is the timing just right?
As the 2017 NATO summit approaches, growing instability in Afghanistan creates security risks for the region. NATO military authorities are expected to request for re-deployment of troops. But is the timing random?