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April 8, 2021

Turkey’s emergence as a new actor has been long overdue. Now, Turkey is demanding compensation for its contribution to the Western powers as the Bosphorus bottleneck of the Mediterranean, strengthening Turkey’s role in the new Euro-Asian rivalry. Meanwhile, France intends to enhance its geopolitical status vis-a-vis the European Union, presenting itself as the only leading military power of European corporate potential. What is clear is that recent Euro-Mediterranean dynamics hint at the next conflict to bring down Turkey.

missiles on parade in Pyongyang, January 2021.
April 1, 2021

In nuclear world politics, traditional distinctions between "powerful" and "weak" are often simplistic. [...] Whether we like it or...

NOAA satellite image of five simultaneous active tropical cyclones in the Atlantic basin on September 14, 2020.
March 25, 2021

Multi-resilience means the ability of a social system to withstand various types of crises simultaneously.  The concept aims at...

An activist’s depiction of Israeli torture techniques on the streets of Tel Aviv, 2004
March 18, 2021

The Israeli military and security establishment, with its bureaucratic ordinances and legally crafted documents, functions through...