Middle East and Africa

How the Anti-West Axis Leverages Western Guilt

The United States’ wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have widely cast the image of America as the great imperialist evil of the modern era....

Iran’s Ascendant Arsenal and King David’s Nuclear Slingshot

In the unfolding tapestry of Middle Eastern geopolitics, the recent escalation between Iran and Israel represents not just a bilateral confrontation but a seismic...

Ensuring Israeli Security and Palestinian Liberation to Avert World War

The post-October 7 Israel-Hamas war highlights perhaps the sheerest contemporary example of what thinkers like Edward Said and Samuel P. Huntington would have considered...

Beyond Borders and Betrayals: Unraveling the CFA Franc and the Sahel’s Existential Revolt Against Old Masters

In the tapestry of the Sahel's geopolitical landscape, where cultures clash and histories intertwine, lies a hidden thread—the CFA Franc. This monetary scheme, meticulously...

Israel Is Pulling Pages From NATO’s 1999 Playbook

Any attack on diplomatic and consular premises and personnel represents a clear violation of international law, the Geneva convention, and the United Nations Charter....

Why the Shadow of Libya Looms Large Over Russia

Russia's leadership has sought to navigate the revolution in Libya akin to someone searching for a clear depiction of reality in a warped mirror...

Red Sea Crisis and the Houthi Agreement With Beijing and Moscow

The Houthis, a rebel group supported by Iran – have assured China and Russia that they will not carry out any attacks on their...

Red Sea Geopolitics: Mixed Messages From Eritrea

The Red Sea has emerged as one of the world’s geopolitical ‘hot spots’. As a result of the conflict in Gaza, the international shipping...

Don’t Forget About Syria: The Time is Ripe for a New Approach

Other pressing conflicts are losing critical and necessary attention as the world’s scrutiny is hyper-focused on the war in Gaza. This is particularly evident concerning Syria and its...

Suppression of Ghana’s New Force Is Backfiring

As is the case for the United States and many other nations, 2024 is a presidential election year in Ghana, a nation whose 1992...

Iran’s Maritime Militarization: Alleged Ballistic Missile Launch Capabilities

Iran claims to have successfully fired a long-range ballistic missile from a warship; if this is confirmed, Iran's naval capabilities would have been greatly...

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Strategic Ambiguity of Macron’s Call for Troops in Ukraine: What Is Behind?

Macron’s call for the NATO troops in Ukraine shook...

How the Anti-West Axis Leverages Western Guilt

The United States’ wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have...

Iran’s Ascendant Arsenal and King David’s Nuclear Slingshot

In the unfolding tapestry of Middle Eastern geopolitics, the...

Philippines-US Relations and the China Factor

Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr’s visit to US, April...

Empowering Women: Fostering Collective Action in Nepalese Cooperatives

Collective action has been a fundamental aspect of human...