Italy's failure to meet NATO spending targets won't just annoy the White House, but it is likely to leave holes in the Italian armed forces.
Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un’s war of words is being watched across the world, but perhaps most closely by Iran.
The Arctic Council has been a model of efficiency and cooperation up until now. But calls to increase the group's remit to include regional security can only be detrimental.
Britain’s Labour Party is known as a broad church, but Jeremy Corbyn’s refusal to condemn Nicolás Maduro in the wake of Venezuela’s constitutional referendum may prove a step too far for an already fractured party.
Nicolás Maduro has never made any great attempt at hiding his dictatorial ambitions. But the chaos that has followed his constitutional referendum makes it plain to the world that he must be removed from power.
North Korea's belligerence in recent months cannot be ignored. The US needs to invest in its Asian allies' strategic capabilities, and fast.
Vladimir Putin has ordered that the US diplomatic mission to Russia cut its numbers by 775 — a dramatic move, but unlikely to cause the American diplomatic corps any hassle. Rather, Putin risks damaging his own cause.
President Trump’s promises to roll back Obama’s attempt at normalizing US relations with Cuba is a poor use of Washington’s soft power. Rather, Trump should let dollars flow into the socialist state.
ISIS has been in retreat in the Middle East following the liberation of Mosul and Raqqa. But these defeats will simply force ISIS into new territory and new tactics.
Increasing levels of pressure from China is forcing the Vietnamese armed forces into a spending spree, and they’re not just buying from their traditional Russian partners.