Prime Minister Fumio Kishida says security situation around Japan is changing fast and is more severe than ever.
The deputy chairman of the Sovereign Council of Sudan discusses the country’s latest political crisis.
Defence minister says there is a ‘significant disconnect’ between what China says and what it does.
Deepening of ties between China and Russia is unprecedented and comes at a time of escalating tensions with the West.
Increased military activity follows weeks of rising tension that have raised the risk of war.
Recent skirmishes between Arakan Army and the military have raised concern about whether an informal ceasefire can hold.
Taiwan faces questions about whether its reserves are capable of actual fighting in the event of a Chinese invasion.
Abdalla Hamdok discusses the political agreement signed with military.
Report says French intelligence implicated in at least 19 Egyptian air attacks against civilians between 2016 and 2018.
Net blocking and journalist arrests, Sudan’s junta is stifling speech. And the rise of a far-right French journalist.
However, the current trends still indicate a dangerous trajectory towards a new arms race between the US and China.
New report shows Beijing funding hundreds of vessels used to back increasingly assertive claim on the disputed waters.
The New York Times exposed new details about a 12-minute bombing campaign by US forces that could be a war crime.
Schools reopened this month, but with high security risks and a reluctance to support the government there are few students.