Category Archives: International

Sudan’s Regional Rebels Have Shown Their National Ambitions

by Austin Michael Bodetti. He is a student in the Gabelli Presidential Scholars Program at Boston College and a reporter for War Is Boring. He focuses on the relationship between Islam and conflict in Syria and Sudan. Sudan’s Arab elites … Continue reading

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A Golden Age for Singaporean Shipbuilding

by Paul Pryce. With degrees in political science from both sides of the pond, Paul Pryce has previously worked as Senior Research Fellow for the Atlantic Council of Canada’s Canadian Armed Forces program, as a Research Fellow for the OSCE … Continue reading

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The American Drone Base in Cameroon

by Dan Gettinger. He is co-director of the Center for the Study of the Drone at Bard College. This article was first published there and re-published by Dan’s permission — thank you! Garoua, a city in northern Cameroon, lies along … Continue reading

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New “Open Skies” aircraft for the German Armed Forces

by Björn Müller (Facebook / Twitter; original published in German). Björn is journalist in Berlin focusing on security policy and geopolitics. Last year, or more precisely the day before Christmas, the German Armed Forces placed their tender for their future … Continue reading

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Examining Iranian Drone Strikes in Syria

by Galen Wright. Over the past two decades the number of states operating drones has exploded from just a handful to more than a third of all countries worldwide. Now, the list of countries not just operating armed drones, but … Continue reading

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The Syrian Government Dangerously Depends on a Militia

by Austin Michael Bodetti. He is a student in the Gabelli Presidential Scholars Program at Boston College and a reporter for War Is Boring. He focuses on the relationship between Islam and conflict in Syria and Sudan. The National Defence … Continue reading

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Wer verdient am meisten an den Kriegen dieser Welt?

von Peter Dörrie. Das Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) hat seine Liste der Top-100 Waffenhersteller der Welt veröffentlicht. Zusammen erwirtschafteten die 100 größten Waffenproduzenten im Jahr 2014 einen Umsatz von $401 Milliarden. Die tatsächlichen Zahlen sind vermutlich noch höher, … Continue reading

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Belarus Deploys Additional S-300 at Polatsk near NATO Borders

Belarus has partially converted the S-200 surface-to-air missile site at Polatsk to support the highly capable S-300 system, commercial satellite imagery reveals. Left: DigitalGlobe imagery of the S-300 site in Polatsk dated April 2015 / Right: September 2013 As NATO … Continue reading

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Neuer “Open Skies-Flieger” für die Deutsche Bundeswehr

von Björn Müller (Facebook / Twitter; English version). Er ist Journalist in Berlin mit dem Schwerpunkt Sicherheits- und Geopolitik. Noch im alten Jahr, genauer gesagt einen Tag vor Weihnachten, hatte die Bundeswehr die Ausschreibung für ihren zukünftigen “Open Skies-Flieger” auf … Continue reading

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Singapore and the Value of Strategic Ambiguity

by Paul Pryce. With degrees in political science from both sides of the pond, Paul Pryce has previously worked as Senior Research Fellow for the Atlantic Council of Canada’s Canadian Armed Forces program, as a Research Fellow for the OSCE … Continue reading

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