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13:09, Oct 14, 2019
Trump's presidency gets less predictable
Having effectively and unexpectedly given the green light to a Turkish military incursion against America's sometime Syrian Kurdish allies, US...
16:59, Oct 04, 2019
Beset by Hong Kong protests, Xi showcases missiles
As Hong Kong recovered from its most violent day of protests so far, Beijing's English-language "Global Times" newspaper led on the celebrations of...
14:51, Sep 29, 2019
When politicians lie, should Facebook promote them?
During the 2016 US election, Facebook says it did not do enough to enforce its standards as rumour and untruth spread. In the three years since, it...
16:03, Sep 21, 2019
Saudi oil attack shows how Iran sees new Mideast game
If Iran's government was truly behind last weekend's cruise missile and drone attack on Saudi Arabia's energy infrastructure, it has put its...
21:42, Aug 23, 2019
Conspiracy theories risk becoming new currency of post-truth politics
As wildfires ripped across the Amazon rainforest, the Brazilian president took to Facebook to accuse nongovernmental organizations of setting light...
20:16, Aug 17, 2019
Beijing embraces Putin playbook amid Hong Kong revolution
As Hong Kong stood on the brink of chaos on Wednesday, China's state run "Global Times" newspaper warned that the territory must choose between...
17:11, Aug 11, 2019
Big powers risk new missile race as arms treaty fails
For those who worried about the risk of the Cold War ending in catastrophe, the early- to mid-1980s were the most alarming period since the 1962...
23:18, Jul 25, 2019
With joint patrol, Russia and China divide US allies
As bloodless encounters go, Tuesday's face-off between a Russian surveillance plane and South Korean fighter jets was as vicious as they come.South...
19:17, Jul 17, 2019
New international moon race could define humanity's future
Fifty years after Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins blasted off for the moon, a new space race is on. It is one that may affect the...
18:26, Jul 11, 2019
The dark new world of leaks, rumours and deadly hybrid war
As Britain ponders the fallout from leaked diplomatic telegrams from its ambassador to Washington, it ponders an awkward question. Was the...
16:58, Jul 03, 2019
Trump's dance with autocrats keeps diplomatic doors open
For those who accuse US President Donald Trump of being more at home in the company of dictators, autocrats and authoritarian rulers than with...
20:10, Jun 22, 2019
As tensions rise, US plan for Iran is unclear
When Barack Obama was preparing his fight for a second term as US president in 2012, his administration was preoccupied with two big foreign policy...
18:15, Jun 01, 2019
Why Trump's Iran face-off may be more dangerous than North Korea
Maritime security experts say there was likely less than four kilograms of explosives in the limpet mine that tore open a gash in the stern of...
17:28, May 08, 2019
Huawei and the unravelling of globalization
When former Chinese army officer Ren Zhengfei founded Huawei in 1987, his business plan appears to have been relatively simple. By reverse...
21:23, Apr 15, 2019
China goes unconventional in escalating South China Sea face-off
In early December, a flotilla of two dozen Chinese fishing boats and escort warships sailed to the disputed Filipino-occupied reef of Thitu. By the...
17:07, Jan 17, 2019
Are China, Russia winning the AI arms race?
In October 31 Chinese teenagers reported to the Beijing Institute of Technology, one of the country’s premier military research establishments....
18:52, Jan 11, 2019
Will China go to war over Taiwan?
In the first week of 2019, as China grabbed headlines for landing a spacecraft on the far side of the moon, a New Year’s Day editorial in the...
16:39, Jan 03, 2019
The biggest security threats in 2019
With an ongoing trade war between the United States and China, Russian military posturing in Eastern Europe at its greatest since the Cold War and...
19:09, Dec 24, 2018
Mattis exit makes the world more volatile
For Washington’s national security community and overseas allies, the departure of U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis is a nasty surprise. President...
17:06, Dec 19, 2018
Five moments that defined 2018
From the rapprochement between North and South Korea at the Winter Olympics in January to December’s frantic news agenda, 2018 has had no shortage...
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