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Ice, oil and influence: the strategic stakes of Arctic sovereignty

The Arctic region is fast becoming a geopolitical hotbed of interest. Extreme changes in weather are reshaping the Arctic landscape – once viewed a ...
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The West’s Tightrope: Balancing diplomacy and power in the Red Sea

Global attention continues to focus on the Red Sea region where the conflict is getting worse. Having started with a series of calculated moves by reg ...
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Austria, Hungary: Choose your friends wisely!

Russian intelligence agencies like the KGB, now rebranded as the FSB, the GRU and the SVR have, for some years, been quietly and discreetly infiltrati ...
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Ten positive events in 2023 – Change? Yes, for the better

It’s the time of year for reflection. Let’s face it, globally, we have been hit hard economically and geopolitically. The Russia–Ukraine war and ...
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Checkmate or stalemate: The global standoff between world leaders and citizens

From the beginning of 2023, the geopolitical landscape has been marked by a series of escalating tensions and civil unrest – evidence of deep-seate ...
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Iran’s Revolutionary Guard given the green light for terrorism

It is now clear that operations of the terrorist group Hamas are being funded by the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), including the attack on ...
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The deterioration of India–China relations: the battle for influence in South Asia

India and China have long viewed each other’s global aspirations with suspicion. While their proximity makes them economically intertwined, their hi ...
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Dutch decisions: mapping the business implications of the Netherlands’ elections

The Dutch elections are fertile ground for new coalition-building – there will be no outright majority. Prime Minister Mark Rutte’s centre-right P ...
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Malaysia’s audacious push for a new trading bloc

The new trade corridor agreement championed by Malaysia marks a pivotal moment in regional trade history, with its impact expected to reverberate far ...
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