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Rapidly improving sensor technology will eventually allow for near-permanent observation of activity on the battlefield -- and across the globe at large. Militaries around the world are already preparing.
If Ethiopia and Eritrea can't work out their trade issues and solve the security problems that linger from a contentious past, their relations could slip back into the acrimony that marked decades past.
From baseball's global presence to soccer's local traditions, and from the Olympic legacy of the Cold War to athletes as protesters, here are some recommendations for your geopolitics of sports library.
After U.S., Dutch and U.K. security officials announce the arrests and indictments of several Russian agents, open source investigators dig up the true identities of some of them, as well as information embarrassing to the intelligence agency.
After 32 years in office, Yoweri Museveni has become deft at eliminating threats to his rule, but a new upstart opponent – singer-turned-politician Bobi Wine – can harness something the long-time president cannot: youth.
The nomadic Bedouins of the Sinai have lived in hot, dry deserts for millennia. As the rest of the world slowly starts to resemble the climates they know so well, the Bedouins have much knowledge to offer.
A former Russian military officer's poisoning with a rare nerve agent has the United Kingdom threatening to boycott the World Cup, while the International Cycling Union cracks down on the use of stealth motors in bicycle races.
On International Women's Day, an interview with the former member of European Parliament and current deputy governor of France's central bank offers a look at how far the cause of gender equality has come in Europe -- and how far it has yet to go.