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Why Oil Markets Don't Have To Worry About World War 3

Why Oil Markets Don't Have To Worry About World War 3

The assassination of General Soleimani…

Russia’s Government Resigns As Putin Plans Constitutional Changes

Russia’s Government Resigns As Putin Plans Constitutional Changes

Russia’s government, including Energy Minister…

Geopolitics

After 30 Years Thatcherism Comes to an End

After 30 Years Thatcherism Comes to an End

May 15, 2010 at 08:51 | ISN Security Watch

This week's creation of a Conservative led coalition with the Liberal Democrats has brought the period associated with Margaret Thatcher after her election in 1979 to an end. The UK…

State Security: A Strategic Partnership between Moscow and the West

State Security: A Strategic Partnership between Moscow and the West

May 13, 2010 at 11:03 | Simon Saradzhyan

Russia, Europe and the US should form a firm alliance against common threats, which, if not addressed together, will grow to pose grave challenges to their security. On 9 May,…

Nigerian Uncertainties Created by Presidential Election Ambition May Hurt Global Energy Markets

Nigerian Uncertainties Created by Presidential Election Ambition May Hurt Global Energy Markets

May 13, 2010 at 08:29 | Defense and Foreign Affairs

The apparent decision on May 11, 2010 — discreetly revealed by two Nigerian newspapers the next day — that Nigerian Pres. Dr Goodluck Jonathan would be interested in contesting the…

Piracy In The Puntland Region of Somalia

Piracy In The Puntland Region of Somalia

May 12, 2010 at 11:55 | Defense and Foreign Affairs

The Puntland region of Somalia has, in recent years, been increasingly seen as the springboard for piracy against commercial vessels operating in and through the Gulf of Aden at the…

A New Look at National Security: Oil, Fertilizer and Energy Demand

A New Look at National Security: Oil, Fertilizer and Energy Demand

May 11, 2010 at 11:07 | Shaun Waterman

The BP oil spill has released more than four million gallons of crude into the Gulf of Mexico to date, threatening the southern US coast. As congressional hearings begin, the…

Nuclear Apartheid: Trouble Brewing amongst Non-Nuclear States

Nuclear Apartheid: Trouble Brewing amongst Non-Nuclear States

May 10, 2010 at 12:26 | ISN Security Watch

The credibility of the nuclear non-proliferation regime is at stake as the treaty risks collapsing under structural fissures created by its very birth. The Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) review conference,…

The Political Cost of Military Bases in Post-Soviet Space

The Political Cost of Military Bases in Post-Soviet Space

May 09, 2010 at 10:45 | John Daly

Governments with foreign military bases tend to shy away from publicity about their colonial outposts, and recent events in the post-Soviet space shine an unwelcome spotlight on US and Russian…

China Set to Supply Pakistan with Two New Nuclear Reactors

China Set to Supply Pakistan with Two New Nuclear Reactors

May 08, 2010 at 09:00 | Harsh Pant

As the UN’s Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) Review Conference is underway in New York, reports that China is set to allow its state entities to supply two new nuclear reactors…

Somali Pirates Continue to Plague the Horn of Africa

Somali Pirates Continue to Plague the Horn of Africa

May 07, 2010 at 14:02 | John Daly

The Horn of Africa has become a hotbed of piracy due to outdated maritime laws, the lack of a Somali government and gut-wrenching poverty. Where there is a sea, there…

Israel Irked by Turkey-Syria Military Exercises

Israel Irked by Turkey-Syria Military Exercises

May 06, 2010 at 07:52 | Jen Alic

Turkish and Syrian militaries conducted joint drills last week aimed at improving security cooperation on their shared border. The three-day exercises, which began on 28 April, were similar to those…

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