Talks in Baghdad with the five permanent members of the UN Security Council and Germany have resumed over Iran’s contentious nuclear program. The negotiation process is likely to be a long one and no breakthrough accords are expected at this meeting.
Tensions between Pakistan and the US are at an all time high following President Obama’s unsuccessful bid at the Chicago Summit to pressure Pakistan’s President, Asif Ali Zardari, into reopening the Salala supply route, used to funnel NATO supplies into Afghanistan.
Technology has advanced so drastically in the 21st century that after land, sea, air, and space, warfare has now entered a fifth domain: cyberspace. This week at the NATO Summit in Chicago, the alliance took the opportunity to gauge development in ‘non-traditional’ security polici
The discovery of more than two billion barrels of oil could put Uganda on the list of the largest oil exporting countries in Africa. Why is this seemingly good news now a cause for such concern among observers both within and outside the country?
After establishing agreements to cooperate on a variety of transnational and bilateral challenges, US-China relations improved along with the increase of international meetings and comprehensive talks – until now.
It has become apparent that a radical jihadist element is now operating in the security vacuum created by the Syrian uprising---but is it to blame for last week’s bombing in Damascus, and is it working alone?