President Obama’s decision to begin providing arms to the Syrian rebels has rankled critics on both sides of the move. Many believe it is too little too late while others warn that the decision has launched the United States
In June of this year, the Emir of Qatar, Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani’s (HBK), abdicated his throne, passing the mantle of power to his son Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani. It is a rare act in the history of the monarchical
Interesting about the recent revelations of government surveillance in America and Britain has been the absence of public outrage in these countries. While commentators tend to attribute this to the real or imagined fears of terrorism that both states are said to promote among their citizens, I suspect
Thesiger & Company ('Thesigers') invites prospective contributors to its flagship publication, Current Intelligence, to submit essays for consideration for the Summer 2013 issue.
Arctic stakeholders have demonstrated their interest in peaceful, sustainable development of the region, but the real challenge is recognising local priorities and integrating them into natural resource management efforts.
Why defining the interests of Arctic’s coastal and user states and avoiding conflict between them might be more straightforward than most people think
Exploring the reality and the hype of Arctic boundary disputes, land grabs, resource races, and the transformation of global shipping