The Evolving Policy of South Africa in the DRC

As South Africa heads to its very important general elections next month, recent words from South African President Cyril Ramaphosa signal a potential change in South Africa's approach to their military intervention in the Democratic Republic of the Congo...

Philippines Receives First Batch of BrahMos Missile

The Acquisition The Philippines Armed Forces (AFP) received its first Brahmos super-sonic anti-ship missile today, April 19th, after arriving from Indian Air Force (IAF) C-17...

French Bank to Face Lawsuit Over Alleged Assistance in Sudan Genocide

A US judge has ruled that BNP Paribas, a French bank, is to face a lawsuit for allegedly assisting Sudan's previous dictatorship in carrying...

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French Bank to Face Lawsuit Over Alleged Assistance in Sudan Genocide

A US judge has ruled that BNP Paribas, a French bank, is to face a lawsuit for allegedly assisting Sudan's previous dictatorship in carrying...

Analyzing Why “TikTok Bill” is Consistent with the Constitution

Ever since Rep. Mike Gallagher (WI-8) introduced H.R. 7521—formally known as Protecting Americans from Foreign Adversary Controlled Applications Act and informally known as the “the bill...

Official Date Set for ICJ Case Between Mexico and Ecuador

The International Court of Justice (ICJ) released a statement on Thursday stating that an official date for a court hearing regarding Ecuador's storming of...

Suspect in US Embassy Kidnapping Extradited

The National Central Bureau of the International Police (Interpol) in the Chilean capital of Santiago extradited a Colombian citizen on Wednesday. The citizen was...

Analysis: Israel’s Return Strike has Reestablished Deterrence

Last night I published a quick analysis of how I see the situation playing out: “Tonight, Israel responded to Iran’s attack on its soil with...

Colombia Signs Trade Agreement With UAE

The governments of Colombia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) signed a free trade agreement on Thursday, Colombia's first ever with an Arab nation....

Qatar Reconsidering Gaza Mediation Role as Gaza’s Situation Worsens

Qatar's Prime Minister, Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdul Rahman Al Thani, has announced the nation is reconsidering its role as a mediator for Gaza ceasefire...

China’s Response to Iran’s Attack Illustrates Its Continued Balancing Approach

Iran conducted a drone and missile attack against Israel on April 13th in response to an Israeli airstrike against a building next to the...

Philippines Receives First Batch of BrahMos Missile

The Acquisition The Philippines Armed Forces (AFP) received its first Brahmos super-sonic anti-ship missile today, April 19th, after arriving from Indian Air Force (IAF) C-17...

The Tentacles of Influence: China’s Soft Power in the Pacific

China's soft power in the Pacific region extends like the tentacles of an octopus, encompassing various forms of economic assistance and engagement with Pacific...

India Successfully Tests Indigenous Technology Cruise Missile (ICTM)

Asian News International (ANI) has reported that the Indian Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) carried out the first successful test of the Indigenous...

Japan Announces Both Helicopter Carriers will Deploy for Annual Regional Deployment

The Japan Maritime Self Defense Force (JMSDF) will conduct the eighth iteration of its regional naval deployment, according to a statement released on April...

French Bank to Face Lawsuit Over Alleged Assistance in Sudan Genocide

A US judge has ruled that BNP Paribas, a French bank, is to face a lawsuit for allegedly assisting Sudan's previous dictatorship in carrying...

Ukraine Shoots Down First Russian Bomber of the War

As this publication reported last night, a Russian Tu-22M3 strategic bomber had crashed the in Krasnogvardeysky District of Stavropol Krai. Initially, Russian governor Valdimirov...

Poland Arrests Citizen for Conspiring With Russian Security Services to Assassinate Ukrainian President

According to the Polish government, a Polish citizen has been arrested for providing intelligence to the Russian government on Ukrainian and foreign activity near...

Germany Summons Russian Ambassador Over Arrest of Saboteurs

At approximately 0230 EST on April 18th, 2024, Der Spiegel initially reported that two people were arrested on April 17th in Bayreuth, Germany on...

The Evolving Policy of South Africa in the DRC

As South Africa heads to its very important general elections next month, recent words from South African President Cyril Ramaphosa signal a potential change...

French Bank to Face Lawsuit Over Alleged Assistance in Sudan Genocide

A US judge has ruled that BNP Paribas, a French bank, is to face a lawsuit for allegedly assisting Sudan's previous dictatorship in carrying...

Senegalese President Faye Makes First Foreign Visit Since Election

Senegal's newly elected President, Bassirou Diomaye Faye, has made his first visit to a foreign country since his election as President late last month....

Several Hundred Killed by Cholera, Dengue Fever, in Sudan

The Sudanese Ministry of Health has announced the deaths of several hundred people as a result of cholera and dengue fever as the health...

Colombia Signs Trade Agreement With UAE

The governments of Colombia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) signed a free trade agreement on Thursday, Colombia's first ever with an Arab nation....

Fintech CEO Arrested for Fraud, Argentina

Alejandro Muszak, the founder and CEO of Wenance, a financial technology company, was arrested on Monday on charges of fraud and criminal association after...

Official Date Set for ICJ Case Between Mexico and Ecuador

The International Court of Justice (ICJ) released a statement on Thursday stating that an official date for a court hearing regarding Ecuador's storming of...

Suspect in US Embassy Kidnapping Extradited

The National Central Bureau of the International Police (Interpol) in the Chilean capital of Santiago extradited a Colombian citizen on Wednesday. The citizen was...

Database of Argentine Driver’s Licenses Allegedly Stolen by Hacker Group

A group of hackers have allegedly hacked a database holding all of Argentina's driver's licenses, requesting a payment of $3,000 USD for whoever wishes...

PRC Spokesman Denies Cyber Campaign Allegations

What's going on:  In a recent interview by media, a PRC Spokesperson speaks out against alleged "so-called cyber attacks by China against UK, are completely...

Bipartisan House Bill to Ban TikTok if Chinese Parent Company Does Not Divest

What to Know: A House Bill has been introduced, named the "Protecting Americans From Foreign Adversary Controlled Applications Act," which will ban TikTok unless its...

St. Lurie Children’s Hospital in Chicago Faces Ongoing Network Disruption Due to Cyber Attack

Frustrations among staff and families are growing as St. Lurie Children's Hospital in Chicago grapples with an ongoing network outage caused by a relentless...

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