The EU has outlined the most stringent standards yet to combat money laundering and the funding of extremism, and the U.S. is none too happy.
The recently released National Defense Review spells out plans for the U.S. to develop a more robust missile defense system. That's not likely to please anyone in Moscow and Beijing.
The Trump administration is calling for investment in new technologies to better repel threats from Iran and North Korea -- and cutting-edge weapons being developed by China and Russia.
The arrests could reinforce U.S. efforts to persuade it allies that the Chinese telecommunications giant represents a national security threat.
Despite signs of progress after three days of negotiations in Beijing, significant divisions about how to proceed clearly remain -- not only between Washington and Beijing, but also within the Trump administration.
Technology and who determines how it is used have emerged as critical fronts in the competition for global influence between the United States and China.
From Trump to China to the final frontier, Stratfor's analysts have delved into the events changing our world throughout 2018. Here's a look at some of the highlights from our weekly column On Geopolitics.
Their Mutual Defense Treaty has been in place for nearly 70 years, but conflicting territorial claims in the South China Sea have caused Manila to ask Washington for stronger assurances.
After meeting his pledges on Syria, the Paris climate agreement and the Iran nuclear deal, the president is likely to aggressively pursue his other 2016 promises as he looks to 2020.