This article examines recent actions and threats related to nuclear weapons may signal a departure from decades long nuclear deterrence strategy by China and Russia.
Turkey plans to build a nuclear plant with the help of Russia. Both states are known for their disregard of international law and the use of illegal force to further their international aims. The history of how Pakistan became a nuclear power may be a sign of things to expect…
This paper examines several dimensions of the escalation of the conflict in Ukraine and explores the events that could most likely trigger a war between Russia and NATO countries.
5G security is a major issue across enterprises, specifically the API platforms and the IoT data specification. It is also a sweet business spot for Telcos.
Liz Truss is facing considerable adversity as leader of the UK, both domestically and internationally.
European energy security must come through support of Greece and Cyprus in the Aegean Sea and Eastern Mediterranean.
Russia’s use of its energy exports, as seen by Nordstream1, is putting European cohesion under pressure. Weaponization of energy supplies is Moscow’s strongest weapon to hold Europe’s future long-term.
US and China are engaging in fiery rhetoric over Taiwan. China claims Taiwan to be part of its sovereignty, while the US supports Taiwan’s independence.