The announcement made on New Year’s Day that Ethiopia has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Somaliland covering several areas may have created the first major geopolitical risk of 2024. The next few months in the Horn of Africa will be both concerning and an issue to watch.
India has solidified its standing as a major global force, whose advice on matters of war and peace would be heeded and whose voice of reason brought the mystical Indian idea of "one world, one family" to life.
An intriguing situation is currently unfolding in North Africa, where all the focus is on everything except one unnoticed critical factor. Earlier this year, Tunisia made a noteworthy decision to crack down on illegal immigration, which primarily impacted migrants from Sub-Saharan Africa. However, the response of the general…
It’s no secret that one of the major flashpoints between Washington and Beijing is the current status of Taiwan and the potential conflict that may break out. Many thousands of km away from the contested island, the conflict in Ukraine is impacting strategies that involve the defence of the island.
The week of October the 16th saw the Biden administration gain what could be its first foreign policy victory since the debacle of the withdrawal from Afghanistan.
The resumption of conflict in Ukraine this year has presented more plot twists within the last six months than what is seen in a good novel or a Hollywood blockbuster.
The winds of change have blown hard in several countries worldwide over the last couple of years, but rarely has a poor situation shifted into one of positive change.
On 19th July, Turkish president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, along with Russia's Putin, gathered in Tehran in the presence of Iran's President Ebrahim Raisi for a Tripartite Summit within the framework of Astana format.
It is rare in 2022 to announce that a country has had a good week geopolitically, but one country in Europe managed to pull it off with little or no fanfare.
The country in Europe that managed to pull off this feat is Greece. There are two important reasons why this happened and what will come as a surprise to many readers - both reasons have the same conduit for action. That conduit is their relations with the United States of America.