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Iran's leadership unsurprisingly has issued broad threats of retaliation in response to the Jan. 3 killing of Qassem Soleimani, the head of Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps' Quds Force, with Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei threatening to exact "severe revenge." One of the most influential individuals in Iran, Soleimani was
2019 set a record for mass public attacks in the U.S., though the toll could have been much worse had concerned citizens not alerted authorities to suspicious activity or behaviors before it was too late.
Today, corporate espionage actors are busier and more successful than ever thanks to an alarming confluence of factors. China's and Russia's escalating great power competition with the United States, for one, is pushing them to more boldly and brazenly obtain Western companies' secrets. But the simultaneous proliferation of espionage tools, mobile
A groundbreaking game four decades ago in Beijing gave the NBA a toehold in basketball-crazy China. Over the intervening years, the league has tapped a gold mine in the country worth billions of dollars in TV rights and endorsements. The importance to the NBA of maintaining its Chinese operations became
A parade of military hardware rolled through the streets of Beijing as part of China's 70th anniversary celebration on Oct. 1. Among the systems featured in a broadcast of the event included the country's newest hypersonic unmanned aerial vehicles and a variety of cruise and intercontinental ballistic missiles.
It's an election in which health care, affordability and climate change are foremost on everyone's minds, but when Canadians go to the ballot box on Oct. 21, the polls might as well also be a referendum on the performance -- and personality -- of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. In February,
Violence between the Cartel del Noreste (CDN) and state police has been surging in the Mexican border city of Nuevo Laredo in Tamaulipas state over the past two weeks. The incidents began Aug. 22, when officers with the Center for Analysis, Information and Studies of Tamaulipas (CAIET) erected a pop-up
With Beijing and Hong Kong refusing to yield to protesters' demands and Hong Kong police proving incapable of restoring calm so far, no resolution is on the horizon. And this raises questions about just what would induce the mainland government to intervene directly in the special administrative region.
President Donald Trump's administration announced in mid-July that the United States was removing Turkey from its F-35 fighter program after Turkey received its first shipment of the Russian-made S-400 air defense system. The U.S. decision will prevent Turkey from taking delivery of any of the 100-plus F-35s it had planned
Before his attack, the El Paso shooter, who I will purposefully not name to deny him the attention such killers seek, posted a four-page statement to the website 8chan. This is the same website that the perpetrators of the Christchurch, New Zealand, mosque attacks in March and the Chabad of Poway, California,
Chinese President Xi Jinping is planning new measures to open up a number of the country's sectors, establish six new free trade pilot zones, further lower tariffs and update its "negative list" -- which restricts investment in certain sectors -- to boost foreign investment, the People's Daily reported June 28.
Ethiopia will break Ethio Telecom into two businesses as it prepares to open the state-owned enterprise to foreign investment and partial privatization, Reuters reported June 17, citing a report by state broadcaster Fana, later confirmed by Finance Minister Eyob Tekalign Tolina.