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NATO Should Save the INF Treaty

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo gave the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty a short reprieve this week. Rather than announcing that the United States...

Why China Is Worried About the End of the INF Treaty

The U.S. withdrawal from the INF Treaty reflects Washington’s long-standing concern that the treaty constrained its ability to counter China’s fast-growing missile forces in...

How THAAD Can Change the Proliferation Calculus

The relative increase in the number of countries seeking nuclear weapons represents the defining threat to humanity, thus making non-proliferation a vital goal of...

Slap-Dash Safeguarding in London

Penny Mordaunt, Britain's Secretary of State for International Development, announced a $13 million dollar (USD) humanitarian sex offenders registry at the International Safeguarding Summit in London this...

Cosmopolitan Jihadists and a Global Insurgency?

In an interview with Frontline, David Petraeus, a retired US army general and former commander of ISAF in Afghanistan, claimed that “the word insurgency...

The Role of Television and Print Media in National Politics

There has never been a crucial time to reexamine the extent of the media’s role in influencing public opinion and the State’s national politics....

Dawn of a New Armageddon

This particular January morning starts out like almost every other Saturday morning here on Kaua’i, though the sunrise at first light is exceptionally beautiful,...

Make Our Planet Great Again – Another Made-in-China?

August 28, French environment minister Nicolas Hulot, an environmentalist and former TV personality, announced his resignation during a breakfast show on France Inter radio,...

Cyberspace: Conundrum of Peace and Security for Democratic Institutions

Ever since the 2016 U.S Presidential elections articles and analyses are being made on the effect of the cyberspace in influencing and impacting international...

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