Tyranny on the waters: The UAE-Israeli occupation of Yemen’s Socotra Island
The transformation of Yemen’s strategically-located Socotra Island into an Emirati-Israeli military intelligence hub has raised concerns for the Ansarallah movement and its allies, significantly increasing the geopolitical stakes of the Yemen war.
Multipolarity was triggered by the 2003 US invasion of Iraq
Twenty years after the unlawful and destabilizing US-led invasion of Iraq, Washington must face the ultimate consequence of that war: UNSC powers China and Russia laying the foundation for a genuine, UN Charter-based system of multipolarism.
In Munich: West sounds alarm over Global South stances
The recent conference on international security policy focused extensively on the significance of the Global South to the west's security. As power competition with China and Russia intensifies, the west is compelled to reassess its approach to relations with these countries.