A new report shows that global military spending reached a new post-Cold War high last year.
The U.S. military posture in Africa has often been described as a “light footprint.” Recent revelations tell a different story.
The Turkish air base has become a point of contention in negotiations between Washington and Ankara.
Russia has offered to help Kazakhstan build a nuclear power plant near Lake Balkhash.
The Syrian civil war brought tunnel technologies to Bashar Assad’s forces. It’s something Israel may want to keep in mind as it pushes a “safe zone” farther into Syrian territory.
Voters in Indonesia and India – two countries that account for about 20 percent of the entire population of Earth – will soon decide who they want to represent them.
As China tightens controls on investment capital outflow and Australia increases restrictions on foreign buyers of property, real estate prices in some Australian cities have plummeted.
President Abdelaziz Bouteflika says he will not run for a fifth term. So why are people still protesting?
The way we see the world is a lie. In honor of Gerardus Mercator, born this week some 500 years ago, we explore why.
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