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The Red Line

Sep 20, 2020

The US has now been at war in Afghanistan for almost 20 years, and three administrations have all failed to find a solution to this war. Now the clock is ticking, with the Taliban gaining more and more ground every day, and the US risks a second "Rout from Saigon".

So the US is looking to a peace deal, but will it...

Sep 6, 2020

Somalia is often referred to as a failed state, with the nation being fractured into 4 parts, piracy and Al Shabaab controlling large chunks of the country, but Somalia seems to be getting back on its feet now. 

What will this mean for the rest of East Africa, and who might be working to knock Somalia back down? We...

Aug 23, 2020

India is fast becoming one of the world's great powers, set to take the number 2 or 3 slot by 2050. This is unless another country were to derail India's current path, and the list of potential derailers is fairly long. 

So this week we take a look into who will be India's great strategic threats over the next 3...

Aug 9, 2020

Thailand has for a long time been the centerpiece of South East Asia, and many powers are starting to relearn its importance when it comes to shifting the direction of the region. 

With the boom in internationalism and regional trade, we also see a boom for drug cartels as well; so this week we layout just...

Jul 26, 2020

Kosovo has spent the last 2 decades fighting for its own independence, but with ever-increasing obstacles standing in their way will this mountainous nation ever achieve its lifelong dream? 

This week we take a look into the Western Balkans, Serbia's geopolitical aspirations, as well as Moscow's re-entry into an...