Despite NATO’s objections, as Germany persists in cooperation with Russia, Arjun Singh deconstructs the German strategic calculus on Nord Stream 2 and impact of Holocaust history.
The Big Lie: A ‘Military-Industrial’ Complex
Rejecting popular theories, Arjun Singh refutes the existence of a ‘military-industrial complex’ in the United States.
How did recognizing the results of the 2020 US election become political?
On November 7, Joe Biden won the United States presidential election, a victory confirmed by the Electoral College vote on December 15. However, Trump continues to question the results of the election.
The Future of US Intelligence: Challenges and Opportunities
The United States’ intelligence agencies face an uphill battle in regaining public trust and moving past their intense politicization since the 2016 election campaigns.
Economic Transnationalism in India: How is Money Sent “Back Home” Changing the Landscape in India?
Swift economic growth over the past few years has brought global attention to the Indian economy. However, hiding behind the figures is an extensive dependence on transnational capital and Non-Resident Indian (NRI) involvement.
Transnational Activism in Punjab Election Prompts a Reimagining of Political Boundaries
Non-Resident Indian involvement in the recent election in Punjab prompts a much needed discussion of the way transnational movements are reshaping and redefining political boundaries.
Who to Trust in Latin American Politics? Part 1
This is the first in a two-part series exploring corruption in the politics of Latin America. This article touches on the depth of recent corruption scandals in Brazil. Part 2 will address the far-reaching effects of those scandals throughout the region. In December 2016, 15,000 people marched the streets in Sao Paulo to fight Read More…
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.
Should the White House Veto the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA)?
Should 9/11 survivors and victims’ families be able to sue Saudi Arabia for damages? For this week’s Editors’ Forum, we asked the NAOC Program Editors whether the White House should veto the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA), which recently passed through the Senate and awaits a hearing and vote in the House of Representatives.
The USAF’s (secret) Long Range Strike Bomber: Estimates and Speculation
Julie-Anne writes on the development of the USAF’s new bomber