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The greatest threat to global security is the planet’s climate system. President Obama recently delivered his sixth State of the Union address to the 114th Congress, and in it, buried deep under the layers of platitudes, was a...
The U.S. intelligence community has been rocked by intelligence leaks over the past several years. The heap of classified material released by a dissatisfied soldier, Chelsea Manning, was enormously embarrassing for the U.S....
As security threats to Europe increase from the Middle East and Russia, and the United States turns toward Asia, Europe needs to take a larger role in establishing its own defense infrastructure.
On Tuesday night, the Africa Discussion Group (ADG) worked to unravel some of the knots in the details of Nigeria’s postponed elections, which President Goodluck Jonathan’s administration has delayed for six weeks.
On Saturday 7, February Slovakia held a popular vote, which, had it been successful, would have further undermined the legal standing of the local LGBTI community in the eyes of the state. Around 4.4 million Slovak citizens...
President Obama faces significant pressure from the DC foreign policy community to send lethal aid to Ukraine, but doing so will not hasten an end to the conflict in the Donbas and could backfire spectacularly.
The Arctic, a rich source of oil and natural gas, is currently being claimed by five different countries: Norway, Denmark, Russia, the United States, and Canada. Yet for all the vast potential that might be achieved through...