In a major breakthrough, the president and his deputy sealed an agreement to unify the command of the security forces, a deal that eases political tensions in the East African country.
The best way to counter Russia is by organising a coordinated campaign to counter it in other conflicts—starting with Syria.
China has maintained the drive to expand and modernize its armed forces despite high levels of government debt and a slowing economy, partly as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Russia’s information war did not proceed according to plan, much like its military decapitation strategy.
Rampant killings of civilians, arbitrary detentions and crackdown on dissent have become a commonplace of public life in Myanmar, rights groups say.
A junta court found the civilian leader guilty of illegally importing and possessing walkie-talkies and violating coronavirus restrictions.
Security forces shot dead four protesters in anti-coup demonstrations in Omdurman as tens of thousands of people rallied across the country to protest the October military coup.
China claims democratically governed Taiwan as its own territory and in the past two years has stepped up military and diplomatic pressure to assert its sovereignty claim, fuelling anger in Taipei and concern in Washington.
One of the US military's largest private landlords has pleaded guilty to a major fraud and agreed to pay over $65 million in fines and restitution.
Ankara and Abu Dhabi’s relationship has been shaped by rivalry for several years. What fruits might normalisation bear?
The announcement comes weeks after the military junta sentenced a close aide of ousted civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi to 20 years in prison for treason.
The new council will involve representatives of rebel groups, senior military officials and civilian figures.
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