This article examines the place of Guam in the geopolitical competition between the US and the PRC.
Recent tensions on the Korean peninsula have raised the specter of renewed conflict. Though possible, a second Korean War remains highly improbable at this stage.
As the war continues, the situation for Ukraine will get worse. Ukraine is running out of weapons, which the West is having a harder time replacing. It is running out of men, that it is having a harder time replacing. Political infighting in Kyiv is growing, further undermining the war…
The integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in various technologies and specifically the optical networks is expected to benefit the growth of the optical transceivers market, along with the datacenters and ultimately the 6G ultrafast speed evolution.
With all eyes on incumbent President Joe Biden, this article aims to summarise the current state of American election proceedings and make predictions for the future.
This article examines the Great Pacific Garbage Patch and looks at the wider problem of ocean plastic pollution. The following article shows dimensions of mitigation efforts.
Following the Gaza war, pivotal questions emerge regarding key players in the crisis and the challenges anticipated for the post-conflict period.
This article endeavors to cause policymakers and analysts in the West to consider narratives and perspectives that may clash or overlap with theirs to varying degrees.
Progress towards the UN’s SDGs has been slow and ineffectual; however, active engagement of the private sector can give renewed impetus to sustainable development.