On June 13, 2019, the Japanese tanker Kokuka Courageous and the Norwegian tanker Front Altair were attacked in the Gulf of Oman, rocked by explosions that blew holes into the sides of both ships
The news of the U.S. pursuing a potential arms deal with Taiwan, estimated at approximately $2 billion, has angered the Chinese leadership, adding yet another point of tension to already deteriorating Sino-U.S. relations
The U.S. is once again pressuring the E.U. about defense spending, continuing a trend that has stretched back through previous administrations
Just last week, the Islamic State’s affiliate in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula launched a deadly attack, killing eight police officers at a checkpoint. The violence unfolded in Arish, a city located in the northern Sinai Peninsula
Most Western countries have been persistently avoiding the repatriation of their citizens and their families who joined the Islamic State. But the problem will not simply go away on its own