In 1951, U.S. President Truman relieved General Douglas MacArthur of his post as Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers (SCAP) in post-World War II Japan. No one initially knew about his departure except for a few high ranking Japanese officials. However, when…
Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen called U.S. President-elect Donald Trump by phone on Friday to congratulate him on his election win.
The potential flashpoints in the South China Sea and East China Sea didn’t get much of a mention during the race for the U.S. presidency, largely because they aren’t core issues for domestic America.
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s latest move in his continuing mission to develop Russia’s national and international military capabilities is causing whispers of unease in the international community. It appears that Russia is making a significant play for control over the…
For 31-year-old Shahoud, the hardest part of any search and rescue mission in the war-torn Syrian city of Aleppo is seeing the horrific effects of bombing on children.
Beijing is not stepping back in pursuing its vast territorial claims in the South China Sea, and the U.S. is at a loss in how to deal with the situation.
Fishing trawler cooperatives are being used as seaborne militias to help the Chinese government further its ambitions in both the South China Sea and the East China Sea.
South Korea has developed a pre-emptive attack plan to annihilate the North Korean capital of Pyongyang in case it shows any signs of a nuclear attack, according to reports from Seoul.
The numbers of foreigners travelling to Syria and Iraq to fight for the so-called Islamic State has dramatically diminished.
Pope Francis has said that the world is at war, but the leader of the Catholic Church stressed that he doesn’t believe it is religious in nature. “The word insecurity is often repeated, but the real word is war,” the…