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China is set to install "a few thousand" troops and staff at its first ever overseas military base, the Financial Times reports.
Recent reports have revealed some new ISIS recruits had access to Belgium's nuclear facilities, says Frost & Sullivan's Ravi Krishnaswamy.
The summit's main objective is to ensure that non-state actors can't gain access to nuclear supplies, says Irfan Nooruddin from Georgetown University.
Apple sought to delay briefing in the Justice Department's appeal of a ruling that protects it from unlocking an iPhone in a drug case.
London had issued warnings days earlier and the airport location in Brussels was an obvious target, notes Colin Chapman from Australian & ASEAN Strategies.
As long as investors are globally diversified, they can take advantage of short-term volatility, says Jeff Kravetz from U.S. Bank Private Client Reserve.
European security and police officials are not sharing information effectively due to fragmented intelligence services, warns Anthony Roman from Roman & Associates.
Jack Rice, former CIA Officer, explains why Belgium and France are struggling to identify terrorists.
Ozzie Nelson of the Center for Strategic & International Studies explains why European governments must improve regional information sharing to combat terrorism.
Eugene Tan from Singapore Management University discusses risk of a terrorist attack in Singapore and its level of preparedness for such an event.
What people are saying on social media after a series of deadly explosions rocked Belgium's capital Tuesday.
Kurdish militants on Thursday claimed a suicide bombing in Ankara this week, while Germany shut down its diplomatic missions in Turkey.
U.S. Navy chief warned of new Chinese activity around a reef in the disputed South China Sea which could be the precursor to more land reclamation.
The aerospace company says it could develop a prototype of the aircraft by 2018.
Wesley Clark, a former NATO supreme allied commander, says there is a lot of finesse needed in how the U.S. handles its efforts in the region.
As Russia announced it was pulling back its military forces from Syria, CNBC's Phil Han finds out just how much it cost.
Kim Jong Un said his country would conduct a nuclear warhead test and a test launch of ballistic missiles, the KCNA news agency reported.
James Dorsey from the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies explains the significance of Putin withdrawing Russian forces from Syria.
Turkish warplanes struck Kurdish militant camps in northern Iraq on Monday, a day after 37 people were killed in an Ankara car bombing.
Stratfor's Sim Tack says the parties involved have trouble agreeing on the points of negotiation and are still shaping their positions.
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