A big share of Iran’s economy is owned by the business wings of the armed forces.
While the fall of Mugabe should be celebrated, it is also a reminder of Africa’s need to review its vision for the future.
How are Asian countries responding to the steady erosion of U.S. power in the region? And how is China playing its hand?
While the U.S. President grandstands, the Chinese leadership changes global power dynamics – by stealing a page from American history.
Is the role of the Pentagon and its former brass under Trump similar to the former KGB in post-Soviet Russia?
Shinzo Abe, the reelected Prime Minister, will have a hard time to make his vision of a Japan as the biggest Asian power a reality.
The arms race in the Middle East sparked by the Gulf crisis and North Korea’s nuclear and ballistic missile programs are closely connected.
China has established a seven-decade-long record of strategic caution and a preference for diplomatic and paramilitary rather than military solutions to national security problems.
In recent years, many American leaders have grown cavalier about nuclear war, especially with Russia, but there is also risk of a devastating conflict with China.