The question “what causes alignment?” is a central issue in debates on American foreign policy, and the choices that are made often turn on which hypotheses of alliance formation are endorsed.
In ancient times, China regarded Africa as being the end of the Western Zone, as from China to the rest of the world.
Despite their deep interdependence and elements of cooperation, the United States and China the world’s two major powers are increasingly locked in a comprehensive competitive relationship.
The objective of this paper is to give insight into the debate over the strategic triangle and how it impacts conflict and security in South Asia.
Internet of Things (IoT) devices are rapidly becoming ubiquitous while IoT services are becoming pervasive.
You know the dangers of Coronavirus for you and your family, but do you know the threats the virus places on cybersecurity?
The latest outbreak of Coronavirus in China has brought the virus into thelimelight again. Wuhan, China, remains the epicenter of this outbreak.
In the aftermath of the Cold War – a 45-year ideological struggle between the United States and the Soviet Union – several scholars forecasted the future of conflict and geopolitics post-1991.
This study aims at re-transmit the spirit of the national democratic project of Iraq post of the chaos left by the Daesh terrorist group stage