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Obama Readies To Fight in Libya, Again, by Jack A. Smith

The US and Europe’s intervention in Libya has been an unmitigated disaster, and Hillary Clinton’s role in it should be enough to disqualify her from public office. 405 more words

Foreign Policy

Image of the Day - Islands of the Atlantic

As a follow up to the post about Pacific islands from last month, I decided to make another chart showing islands in the Atlantic. This chart is not as extensive as the previous one, though; it only shows islands that have populations between 100,000 and 1 million. 54 more words

North America

Concern Grows in Republic Over Qin’s Drive to Make Chips


Qin is spending billions of dollars on a major push to make its own microchips, an effort that could bolster its military capabilities as well as its homegrown technology industry. 96 more words


Country Profile: Singapore

On 7th August 1965, the Parliament of the Federation of Malaysia voted ‘yes’ on a resolution to expel Singapore from the newly founded Federation. On 9th August, Singapore’s independence and secession became official. 2,196 more words


The Ups and Downs of Nuclear Hegemony

The Horrors of Relative Decline – Part IV

Dear Dinesh:

Your evidence that America is becoming “a feeble giant, a second Canada” (God forbid!) is based in part on the observation that we’ve agreed to reduce our nuclear arsenal to 1,550 warheads and that President Obama has mused about the desirability of complete nuclear disarmament. 493 more words

#GDS Influencer : the #geopolitics and #geoeconomics of #3D printing

IGMO will be organising a Geostrategic Dialogue Series (GDS) Influencer on March 16 in Paris.

This month’s GDS will be featuring our Scientific Council member and Board member, Professor Dr. 33 more words


Australian military action in Syria and international law

The decision that Australian forces were going to join the US-led bombing campaign in Syria was announced in early September 2015 and the first bombing was carried out over the weekend of 12 and 13 September 2015.  1,917 more words