The Trump Administration’s foreign policy goals regarding Saudi Arabia are crafted with an emphasis on economic security rather than any liberal values, which largely defined the Obama Administration’s attitude towards the Gulf state.
China is actively expanding space capabilities to enhance its strategic security posture and extract economic benefits. The PRC views space as critical to its future economic growth and as a resource to be exploited. The PLA has and will continue to develop counterspace weapons to constrain adversaries and deter direct military action. Should China’s space program continue uncontested, space and its vast potential will not be part of a U.S. led world order.
Issue In 2010 Qatar was selected as the host for the upcoming FIFA World Cup.
This is an excerpt from my senior thesis. Women in Post-Soviet Republics have been regarded
Perdiendo la fe en la democracia colombiana.
Constitutions vary from nation to nation depending on the needs of the people and a
By Sarah Holloway – Editor-in-Chief Since its inception in 2005, the Responsibility to Protect (R2P)
The immediate post-World War Two years formed current Euro-Atlantic security. The United States became increasingly
The Nile River is changing rapidly, and the states of the Nile Basin are poorly equipped to handle it. The future risk of water wars rests on these nations, and the creation of a new, equitable framework for water resource management.
As a middle power and the sole Western liberal democracy in the Middle East, the