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Building and updating the roads, power plants and networks that abetted their technological advances allowed the United States and Western Europe to gain global dominance. Today that advantage is eroding.
Everything has a price. And increasingly that includes world-class tools and capabilities on par with top intelligence agencies, changing how we understand and protect against corporate espionage threats.
Mounting evidence of foul play in the country's Oct. 15 election could be the straw that finally breaks Maputo's back by stoking security threats and alienating the country's fastest-growing electorate.
The Indian military targeted four suspected "terror camps" in Pakistani-controlled Kashmir with heavy artillery fire on Oct. 20, The Hindu reported. Islamabad, meanwhile, accused New Delhi of unprovoked cease-fire violations and responded with fire against Indian positions.
A Chinese state-owned technology company reportedly signed an agreement with the Solomon Islands government on Sept. 22 to lease the entire island of Tulagi, one day after both countries established diplomatic ties, AFP reported Oct. 17.
Thailand's public railway company is expected to sign a public-private partnership on Oct. 25 for a 220-kilometer (137-mile) high-speed rail project worth $7.5 billion linking airports to five provinces under the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC), The Thaiger reported Oct. 15.
Indian authorities have tightened security restrictions in the northern town of Ayodhya ahead of a Supreme Court ruling over a contested religious site claimed by both Hindus and Muslims, Al Jazeera reported Oct. 14.
Thousands of protesters are currently blocking roads in Barcelona and other large Catalonian cities after the Spanish Supreme Court sentenced nine local pro-independence politicians and activists to prison, Reuters reported Oct. 14.
Ankara has long sought to establish a buffer zone to protect Turkey from the effects of the Syrian civil war, but as the Turkish government finally gets closer to getting what it wants, its aspirations will crash into geopolitical reality.