The U.S. Military Wants to Build a Strategic Port in the Melting Arctic
A military spending bill has asked for a brand new Arctic port to face "future great power competition."
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Why Is the West Ignoring the War in Ukraine?
The war is active and people are dying. Most people just don’t care about it for a cocktail of both bigoted and ignorant reasons.
The US Opioid Crisis Started in India
How India's historical role in the global opiate trade contributed to a crisis in the United States.
An Expert Told Us How Trump Is Screwing Up the North Korea Situation
By refusing to negotiate and firing off angry tweets at both the regime and allies like South Korea, the 45th president seems to be flirting with disaster.
The Canadian Army Is Worried Russia Will Spy on Us With Drones In the Arctic
Drones could even the odds in the race for the Arctic.
Why 2016 Is About to Be a Nightmare for Us All
Floods, mass shootings, and right-wing nationalism are all things we can look forward to in the next 12 months.
Russia Is Swarming the Arctic With Military Drones
Russia’s has announced a new "heavy drone" it will use to "control" the Arctic. It's just the latest to join the swarm.
Every Catastrophe Ever Devised Has Happened on This Fake Pacific Island
Tsunamis, cyclones, mudslides, pandemics, mining disasters, rebel uprisings, and volcanic eruptions—Krizo has seen it all.
We Asked Two Military Experts What Would Happen if Iran Had Nuclear Weapons
Would Iran be a temperamental loose cannon like North Korea? Would they immediately push the Big Red Button and blow up Tel Aviv? What is everyone so afraid of?
Israel, Politics, and the Curious Case of Tennis Pro Malek Jaziri
Tensions between Israel and various Arab nations are spilling over into the world of professional tennis and making for some dangerous situations.
With the Russian Ruble Collapsing, What's Putin's Next Move?
Economic sanctions and the falling price of oil seem to be crippling Russia's fragile economy, but is that actually a good thing for the West?
Peter Lawrence Kane
What We Learned About Geopolitics in 2014
Whenever the world goes to hell in a family-size hand basket, people act surprised that they keep getting surprised.
Stuart A. Reid