The armies of Armenia and Azerbaijan came to blows this past Sunday, threatening to plunge the two neighbors into renewed conflict.
Iran: A government spokesman stated that the machinery destroyed in the fire will be replaced with more advanced equipment though enrichment will slow in the interim.
Egypt has obliquely threatened some form of military action regarding the Ethiopian dam, but it is clear that Cairo is facing two crises that the government views as existential.
Utilizing the privately built SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft, NASA successfully launched two astronauts to ISS: We examine the pros and cons of manned low-orbit U.S. systems.
Taiwan: Washington's challenge then is no longer to maintain a failing status quo but, rather to forge ahead with a new strategy in the Western Pacific.
Acknowledging that spheres of influence exist is but one hurdle to clear. Grappling with overlapping spheres is quite another matter.
The Czech Republic has a long history of dealing with Russian aggression, but this recent plot truly demonstrates just how far Russia will go to punish the slightest perceived transgression.
While it is important to monitor the situation in North Korea, rushing to action based upon dubious or incomplete information is inadvisable.
Russia's Constitutional Court in mid-March approved several constitutional measures that could allow current President Vladimir Putin to remain in office until 2036.