It is not a lack of food that has caused famine-like conditions in countries like South Sudan and Yemen. The crises exist because of violence and conflict.
Not since the 1950s have nuclear power and national passion converged in such a high-stakes showdown. We take a look at some lessons from history.
Researching the effect of the amount of regional rainfall on crops, which is used to measure inequality between ethnic groups.
International borders are at a crossroads – and so is our global security.
Carl Bildt explores the Balkan countries’ geopolitical situation.
Following the attacks in London, David Lowe, Principal Lecturer in Law, Liverpool John Moores University, explores the city's preparation and response.
Its central goal is maintaining international peace. To achieve that, the UN must reform.
Exploring 5 facts about crime in modern day America.
New National Security Council chief of staff H.R. McMaster provide his list of essential reading for anyone interested in military affairs.
What if you could predict where a crime will take place before it occurred, even determining the time of the incident and the identity of the culprit? That might soon be a reality.
Should businesses invest in conflict-prone areas, with all the attendant risks and uncertainties? When they do so, can they be a force for good? And, if they are, what are the ways to get...
President Xi Jinping and Shakira may have grabbed the headlines during Davos, but the meeting was jam-packed with significant sub-plots that may have flown under your radar.
“It is certain that we will see more and more missions, in many militaries, turned over to robots.” So began the Davos discussion on the future of warfare between world leaders and schola...
Speaking from his position on the front lines of terrorism in Africa, Yemi Osinbajo, Vice-President of Nigeria observed that “the ability of terrorists to connect and interact quickly is ...
Mohamed Yahya suggests that Africa is particularly vulnerable to acts of violent terrorism.