Between 2018-22, Türkiye’s global share in arms trade rose from 0.6 percent to 1.1 percent, making the country the 12th biggest arms exporter globally.
Despite AUKUS boosting the US-led containment of China, Washington may still struggle to gain full support from its allies as economic woes bubble to the surface.
The State Department’s latest report on terrorism makes the same old mistake of refusing to look at the terrorist activities of YPG/PKK and FETO, despite their violations of international humanitarian laws.
Water availability, access and affordability are acute problems for poor and crisis-vulnerable people, while billions of dollars in profits are extracted from the sector.
The US has a historic responsibility for the misery that has been unleashed on Iraq, and it has the power to set things right.
Integrating ChatGPT into schools will further the power of education, give students a more personalised approach to learning and help teachers innovate.
With growing footprints and influence, Beijing is dismantling US hegemony in a rapidly-evolving global order.
With echoes of 2008, the collapse and bailout of Silicon Valley Bank shows little has changed for reckless financial actors. How long can it go on?
Psychotherapist writes from Türkiye’s earthquake-devastated city of Adiyaman, where he is helping survivors deal with their loss and trauma.
Artificial Intelligence will alter deterrence dynamics and coercion between nuclear weapon states in unique ways.
Germany's failing military infrastructure bears a stark warning for Chancellor Scholz, namely that in case of war, the country won't be able to defend itself.
The president-elect has called for calm and cooperation from his fellow citizens as he gets down to steering Africa’s most populous country through multiple challenges.
Scientific breakthroughs by Asian and African nations have helped democratise space exploration through cooperation, not competition.
Macron and Scholz’s efforts to find a negotiated settlement between Kiev and Moscow have seemingly backfired due to a poor understanding of the situation.
The status quo belief is layoffs are inevitable because of globalisation and technological advancement. But they don’t have to be.
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