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North Korea’s Undisclosed Missile Bases

On March 18, 2019, Posted by , In Information Reports,North Korea,South Korea,United States, With Comments Off on North Korea’s Undisclosed Missile Bases

By: Jeff Bates Overview of the Sakkanmol Missile Operating Base, March 29, 2018. (Copyright © 2018 by DigitalGlobe.) There are a number of missile bases in North Korea that have not been located.  Although there is a fair amount of knowledge available through open sources about North Korea’s weapons programs,…

Implications of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor

On March 12, 2019, Posted by , In Analysis Reports,Asia,China,Pakistan,United States, With Comments Off on Implications of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor

Written by Jarom Drummond The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is a massive economic investment from China into the infrastructure of Pakistan. While China has hopes for fiscal gain from the endeavor, it could also prove economically and politically crucial for Pakistan. The added economic stability could be the strength that…

China-Pakistan Economic Corridor

On March 12, 2019, Posted by , In China,Information Reports,Pakistan, With Comments Off on China-Pakistan Economic Corridor

Written by Jarom Drummond             As China’s economic growth slows, it is taking drastic steps to correct its trajectory. China is just a few steps into what is becoming a massive investment program called the Belt and Road initiative that will include over four trillion dollars in investment over the…

Ukraine’s Poroshenko In a Bind

On March 12, 2019, Posted by , In Information Reports,Russia,Ukraine, With Comments Off on Ukraine’s Poroshenko In a Bind

Written by Marren Haneberg Introduction In the face of Russia’s invasion into Ukraine, pro-EU Poroshenko was elected Ukrainian president in 2014 with 54% of the vote (Yermolenko). Poroshenko’s presidency might “be the most dynamic [era] in Ukraine’s post-independence history,” with major changes in the constitution, culture, and international affairs of…

U.S. and Colombia Relations

On March 11, 2019, Posted by , In Brazil,Colombia,Information Reports,United States, With Comments Off on U.S. and Colombia Relations

Written by Mckay Dayton Research Compiled by Alejandra Herrera The U.S. and Colombia have had a strong relationship for much of Colombia’s 200-year history due to Colombia being one of the oldest democracies in Latin America. Known for having a past full of terrorism from infamous drug cartels, Colombia has…