Tuesday October 11, 2016, Houthi rebels (Yemeni insurgents) launched a second missile attack at the U.S. warship Mason off of the Yemen Coast.
From an alleged Chinese breach of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management data, to an alleged Russian hack of the DNC, to the WikiLeaks release of various Clinton emails, hardly a day goes by without a mention of hacking or cyber-attacks.
Against the backdrop of the 71st Session of the UN General Assembly and the first U.S. presidential debate, the Syrian refugee crisis remains potentially the most catastrophic global crisis of today.
On July 12, 2016, the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague ruled that there was no evidence that China had any historical claims to the South China Sea.
Emerging from the subway station in Shatin, Hong Kong, it is impossible to miss a passionate rally of neon green t-shirt-clad Hong Kongese.
Last week, Burundi announced that they would withdraw from the International Criminal Court. This move came in the wake of rumors that President Nkurunziza would be brought to trial at the ICC.
Cultural monuments and sites have historical and personal significance for nations. A radical group may target such sites to demonstrate a blatant and intentional disregard for a culture’s history and to display the scope of the group’s power over a population.
John Le Carré’s novel effectively illustrates the realities of the global intelligence community during the Cold War era and illustrates key components about CI tradecraft, politics, and bureaucracy.
Through the newspapers and interviews, it can be inferred that the stakeholders on Easter Island have a collective responsibility to work for more sustainable tourism to preserve not only the environment but also the culture and dignity of the indigenous Rapa Nui.