Geopolitics

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....

Echoes of Strategy: The Russian Gambit in Ukraine

The narrative of the Russian offensive in Ukraine, now etched into the third year of conflict, stands as a testament to the multifaceted approach...

Geopolitical Magnitude of the New Start Treaty in the Wake of the World Order Turbulence

Recently, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has called for disarmament and urged States with nuclear arsenals for action that include dialogue and accountability. The meeting...

The Katchatheevu Dilemma: Looking Beyond the Electoral Lens

The revival of the Katchatheevu island issue, a once-resolved maritime issue between India and Sri Lanka, has brought a new twist to India’s electoral...

Italy after BRIexit: The Indo-Pacific Newcomer

On March 23, 2019, Italy became the first G7 member to officially sign up for the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). Five years later,...

Russia, the West, and Churning Arctic Geopolitics

Amidst Vladimir Putin’s prolonged presidency in Russia, the conflict in Ukraine has persisted in the third year alongside escalating geopolitical tensions in the Arctic....

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...

Getting a Path to US Security Agreement With Ukraine

When on July 7, 2023, President Biden first publicly declared the United States' intention to provide Ukraine with security guarantees, defining their basic purpose...

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...

Kazakhstan’s Balancing Act with Russia, China, and the West

Kazakhstan has been catching the attention of Western countries recently. Through projects like China's Belt and Road Initiative and the complementary Middle Corridor, both of which...

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A Real and Charming China in the Eyes of Taiwan Youths

As the yearning for more cross-Straits communications between the...

Why Macron Is Thinking About Western Intervention in Ukraine

Emmanuel Macron, the President of France, initially took a...

Ensuring Israeli Security and Palestinian Liberation to Avert World War

The post-October 7 Israel-Hamas war highlights perhaps the sheerest...

To Secure a Peaceful and Prosperous Future, Women Must Be Included at All Levels

For the first time in our history, Northern Ireland...

US-China Rivalry and ASEAN’s Fine Balancing Act

In recent years, Association of South East Asian Nations...