Rodger Shananhan, research fellow at the Lowy Institute for International Policy, says the key issue is that Turkey returns the Russian pilots from the downed jet.
Investors in security and defense companies may stand to benefit from redoubled government efforts to stamp out terrorism.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who's usually seen as Europe's indispensable leader, is in danger of losing that role.
The terrorist group is taking our weapons and buying them on black markets.
China said it would continue to build military and civilian facilities on its artificial islands in the disputed South China Sea.
Terrorism experts say there are things that companies and people can do to derail terrorist attacks like the ones seen in Paris last week.
After years of working to tighten budgets, European nations are now grappling with whether to boost defense expenditures.
After the Paris attacks, border security and immigration along with terrorist groups like ISIS are the two top election concerns, according to data from Fluent.
The shares of defense and aerospace companies traded close to record highs Wednesday, as a Western alliance carried out airstrikes in Syria against the Islamic State in retaliation for the Paris terror attacks.
Despite the latest string of terror attacks, international travel and tourism will not decline as much as one might expect.
If militarization increases after the Paris attacks, some under-the-radar companies could benefit, one analyst said.
Russia and the United States may stand in the way of France calling on NATO to help defeat Islamic State terrorists.
The horrific attacks in Paris could mean a new era of cooperation between Russia and the United States in the fight against ISIS.
Peter Skibitski, Defense Analyst, Drexel Hamilton, looks at the influence Friday's terrorist attacks in Paris could have on the defense sector.
Security officials on Monday said there is no reason attacks similar to those in Paris can't happen in the United States. Here's why.
An international manhunt is underway for a suspect involved in the series of terrorist attacks that roiled Paris. CNBC's Hadley Gamble has more.
Don Hanna, MD at Hanna-Roubini Global Economics, says the impact of the Paris terror attacks will depend on whether further attacks occur.
Western intelligence made the mistake of assuming terror attacks would be carried out by "lone wolf," says Colin Chapman, founder and editor-in-chief at Australian and South East Asian Strategies.
Colin Chapman, founder and editor-in-chief at Australian and South East Asian Strategies, says France could invoke the NATO Collective Defense clause within hours.
Few candidates came away as the obvious winners in the Republican debate Tuesday night.
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